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Amid Truce Over Herbalife, Ackman Says, Icahn Looked to Sell
William A. Ackman, left, and Carl C. Icahn - two Wall Street hedge fund giants. Credit Left: Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times; Right: Heidi Gutman/CNBC.
CARL ICAHN: Bill Ackman is a liar  Business Insider
Icahn denies attempt to sell Herbalife stock, buys more shares  Reuters
Wall Street Journal  
Yellen Imagines a Future Where Fed Tinkers With Inflation Target
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen raised the possibility that future policy makers might increase their inflation target and broaden the types of assets they can buy to enhance their ability to counteract a severe recession.
For the Fed's Yellen 'conventional' unconventional policy is enough  Reuters
If Yellen is bullish on economy, this may be why  CNBC
Painted as EpiPen Villain, Mylan's Chief Says She's No Such Thing
Heather Bresch, chief of Mylan, which has a reputation for bare-knuckled tactics that have angered competitors and investors. Credit Andrew Hetherington/Redux.
Dear EpiPen Customers . . .  Wall Street Journal
Mylan CEO Should Resign (And Take Her 'Coupons' With Her)  Huffington Post
CNBC Excerpts: CNBC's Steve Liesman Reports Live from Jackson Hole Economic ...
Excerpts from James Bullard, St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank CEO & President; Loretta Mester, Cleveland Federal Reserve President; and Stanley Fischer, Federal Reserve Vice Chair.
Fed's Mester says 'it makes sense' to start moving interest ...  MarketWatch
KC Fed's George: Push rates to 3 percent in two to three years  Kansas City Business Journal
St. Jude Denies Report Its Heart Devices Are Vulnerable to Cyberattacks
St. Jude Medical Inc. STJ 0.24 % on Friday denied allegations made by a research firm that its pacemakers and other heart devices were vulnerable to hacking and other cybersecurity threats.
Whiplashed investors stay skittish about St. Jude  Reuters
St. Jude Denies Short Seller's Claims; Abbott Remains Committed  Bloomberg
Succumbing to Amazonian Cloud Rivals, Rackspace Goes Private
Low online prices and convenience offered by Inc. usually hammers rival retailers. Now it's happening in the world of corporate IT services.
By going private, Rackspace looks to fuel its cloud evolution  Computerworld
Rackspace to Go Private in $4.3 Billion Deal  Wall Street Journal
Declining inventories crimp US second-quarter growth, consumer spending ...
WASHINGTON U.S. economic growth was slightly more tepid than initially thought in the second quarter as businesses aggressively ran down inventories, offsetting a spurt in consumer spending.
US Corporate Profits Climb as GDP Ticks Down to 1.1%  Wall Street Journal
The new GDP numbers are terrible. No wonder Hillary won't talk about the ...  Fox News
Lotte Vice President Found Dead Amid Finance Inquiry
SEOUL—The suspected suicide of the second-in-command of Lotte Group, one of South Korea's largest conglomerates, added tragedy to a management crisis that has engulfed the company for a year-and-a-half.
Exec hangs himself as criminal probe heats up  New York Post
South Korean exec kills himself before interview with prosecutors  New York Daily News
Abbott's No Good, Very Bad M&A Week
Abbott Laboratories has announced two large acquisitions over the last year. In recent days, both deals have become major land mines.
Alere sues Abbott over $5.8 billion takeover  Reuters
Health Care Sector Update for 08/26/2016: ALR,ABT,TGTX,ACOR  Nasdaq
In Warmer Climate, A Luxury Cruise Sets Sail Through Northwest Passage
It has 13 decks, eight restaurants, a casino and a spa. Staterooms start at about $20,000 and run as high as $120,000. And it's about to journey through the Northwest Passage.
As extravagant cruise ship arrives, Nome confronts its future  The Arctic Sounder
Zukunft Heads to Greenland  The Maritime Executive