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Popeyes Cajun turkeys are coming back for Thanksgiving 2020: Here’s how to pre-order for your holiday meal – USA TODAY

Popeyes is bringing back its popular Cajun-style turkeys for Thanksgiving. Participating restaurants are taking pre-orders of the precooked turkeys.

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Popeyes Lousiana Chicken is bringing back what it calls a fan-favorite Thanksgiving staple.
The fast-food New Orleans-style chicken chain is taking pre-orders of its Cajun Style Turkeys at participating restaurants nationwide, while supplies last. Prices start at $39.99 and can be pre-ordered by calling local restaurants or visiting restaurants. 
“Hand-rubbed and infused with zesty Louisiana-style se…

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Can Gap Escape the Whirlwind? New CEO Confronts Years of Decline – The Wall Street Journal

Sonia Syngal is plotting a future of fewer stores and more fashion risks to revive the company’s namesake brand

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In late March, Gap Inc., the perennially struggling retailer, temporarily closed all its North American stores in response to the Covid-19 lockdown and lost 70% of its revenue overnight.
Four days later, Sonia Syngal took over as CEO.
The pandemic has washed out many companies that were already on shaky ground, especially in retailing. J.Crew…

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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Hasbro, Dunkin’ Brands, AstraZeneca, Delta & more – CNBC

Hasbro shares fell after the company reported mixed results for the previous quarter. Dunkin’ Brands jumps on news it may go private.

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Check out the companies making headlines midday Monday:
Dunkin’ Brands Shares of the restaurant chain spiked more than 15% after the company said it held preliminary talks regarding its potential acquisition by Inspire Brands, although the company said there’s “no certainty that any agreement will be reached.” The New York Times reported that the deal could value the restaurant chain at nearly $9 billion.
SAP SAP plunged more than 23% for its worst trading day in at least 12 years after Europe’s…

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Dow Jones Dives 400 Points On Jump In Coronavirus Cases; Tesla Reverses Higher – Investor’s Business Daily

Dow Jones futures dived nearly 400 points on a jump in coronavirus cases Monday. Tech giants Apple and Tesla are testing a key support level.

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average dived nearly points early Monday, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq also tumbled on a jump in coronavirus cases.  Tesla fell as the stock tries to find support at a key level. Dunkin’ Brands soared 15% on acquisition talks.
XBlue chip leader Microsoft (MSFT) fell 0.5% in today’s stock market, before paring its loss to turn slightly higher. The stock is right around the 50-day moving average.
Facebook (FB), JD.com (JD), JFrog (FROG) and Tesla (TSLA) are approaching new…

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