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August 17, 2017

Family-owned Tiki torch company distances itself from Charlottesville; Bulleit next-gen says she was fired for being gay; and Chinese family buy British football club.

Family-owned Tiki torch company distances itself from Charlottesville

The family-owned maker of the torches carried by white supremacists in violent protests in Charlottesville is distancing itself from the events.

TIKI Brand Products, owned by US family conglomerate WC Bradley Co, founded in 1885, condemned the protests which led to the death of 32-year-old civil rights activist Heather Heyer, who was allegedly mown down by a car driven by James Fields. Dozens of others were injured during the protest on 11 August.

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