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How Mylan, the maker of EpiPen, became a virtual monopoly
The maker of EpiPen announced Thursday that it will help more patients pay for the lifesaving allergy injection, bowing to intense criticism from politicians, doctors and patients over the drug's soaring list price.
Mylan to Offer Some Patients Aid on Cost of EpiPens  New York Times
'The system is broken' and EpiPens are just the tip of the iceberg  USA TODAY
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Business Day|ITT College Chain Barred From Enrolling Students With US Aid
Department officials announced the action on Thursday as part of a series of measures that could threaten the survival of the chain, which has been the subject of state and federal investigations focusing on its recruiting and accounting practices ...
This really might be the end of ITT  Washington Post
ITT Tech faces sanctions that could put it out of business within weeks  Indianapolis Star
Jackson Hole Participants to Discuss Frameworks for Low-Rate World
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo.—Global central banks' recent experiences with negative interest rates and whether they help central banks stimulate economic growth are likely to be the main topics of discussion at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's annual ...
As central bankers gather, some at Fed make interest rate rise case  Reuters
Op-Ed: Stop worrying about interest rates. Here's what we should be ...  CNBC
Business Day|VW to Pay $1.2 Billion to US Dealers Hurt by Diesel Scandal
Volkswagen fell into turmoil last September after admitting it had equipped nearly 600,000 diesel models sold in the United States with “defeat device” software.
Volkswagen Has Tentative Deal To Compensate US Dealers In Emissions Scandal  NPR
Most of affected VWs in US can't be retrofitted  MarketWatch
How Walmart Won Back Shoppers From Dollar General
Dollar General DG has been cutting prices by about 10% on hundreds of staples like milk and eggs as it looks to keep customers who are drifting back to Walmart.
Price wars heat up as dollar store echoes Wal-Mart's battle cry  CNBC
Dollar General takes the battle to Wal-Mart with price cuts  Business Insider
California Aims Retirement Plan at Those Whose Jobs Offer None
Couples along the beach in California, where a mandatory, state-run retirement plan will call for employers to automatically enroll workers, then start deducting 3 percent from each paycheck.
California Heads Toward Offering Public Retirement Accounts  Wall Street Journal
Have 401(k)s "Wreaked Havoc" on Retirement Saving? Hardly.  Forbes
There are risks for markets and Yellen at Jackson Hole
The risk to markets Friday is that Fed Chair Janet Yellen simply sounds more ready than markets expect to raise rates for the second time in 10 years.
Top Fed Officials Meet Protesters on Sidelines of Jackson Hole  Bloomberg
Caution before Yellen's Jackson Hole speech crimps risk appetites  Reuters
Can Thomas Dooley fix what's ailing Viacom?
For Thomas Dooley, securing the job as chief executive of Viacom Inc. might be the easy part. Fixing the struggling media company will take more work.
Sumner Redstone: Granddaughter Lacks Standing To Challenge Viacom Settlement  Deadline
Shari Redstone Pushes for CBS-Viacom Merger, Moonves Undecided  Fox Business
St. Jude stock shorted on heart device hacking fears; shares drop
The stock of pacemaker manufacturer St. Jude Medical Inc (STJ.N) fell sharply on Thursday after short-selling firm Muddy Waters said it had placed a bet that the shares would fall, claiming its implanted heart devices were vulnerable to cyber attacks ...
Muddy Waters founder Block warns of hacking risk for St. Jude heart devices  Chicago Tribune
Hackers Could Make a Killing After Finding Vulnerability in Hospitals' Tech  Gizmodo
Transatlantic Tax Attack
As diplomatic broadsides go, the shot the Obama Administration fired at Europe over tax policy this week is impressive. The U.S. Treasury released a 25-page white paper explaining why the European Commission's attempts to extract more revenue from ...
CEO Daily: Thursday 25th August  Fortune
Why the EU's Tax Probe of Multinationals Is Raising US Ire  New York Times