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Jen Wieczner / New York Magazine:
An in-depth look at why some BuzzFeed stockholders were unable to sell their shares when the company went public, a situation securities lawyers say is unusual
Alex Weprin / Hollywood Reporter:
Disney CEO Bob Chapek gets a three-year contract extension, through 2025, in a unanimous board decision
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Roku adds eight NBC local news channels to the Roku Channel for free, its first local news offering, and plans to add more channels in the coming months
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