Cheddar Morning Business Update 11/20: Bids narrow on Rolling Stone magazine

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  • Trader Joe's supermarket chain recalled several packaged salads after a supplier said there may be pieces of glass or hard plastic inside. It's the white meat chicken salad, curried white chicken deli salad and turkey cranberry apple salad labeled with the U.S.D.A.'s "Inspected" code p-40299.
  • There apparently are three bidders who remain standing in the contest to purchase Rolling Stone, the iconic music magazine. Rolling stone is for sale and lots of people want to buy it! The magazine's founder Jann Wenner put his majority stake up for sale earlier this year and thirty people bid. According to Recode, there are now only three left; the publishers of Variety and the Bleacher Report, as well as one talent manager who has no publishing experience. 
  • Justice league was a miss at the box office. Bringing in $96 million less than expected in the U.S. The Warner Bros. And DC's "Justice league" was the lowest opening film in the DC extended universe. It got mixed reviews and also had some bad timing, hitting theaters shortly after smash hit "Wonder Woman." 
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