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Bass Pro to Buy Cabela's for $5.5 Billion

It seems like it's been years since rumors began to swirl about a possible merger between the two giants in the outdoor retail game: Cabela's and Bass Prop Shops. Today, those rumors culminated in a real deal. Bass Pro Shops will acquire Cabela's, paying holders of Cabela's stock $65.50 per share for a total buy value of approximately $5.5 billion. What does this mean to the hunters and a
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