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Why Mylan's 'savings card' won't make EpiPen cheaper for all patients
After being blasted for price hikes on its lifesaving EpiPen allergy injections, the drugmaker Mylan announced Thursday that it will expand access to the product - not by lowering the price, but by creating a savings card that will cover up to $300 of ...
Discounts Aren't Enough to Halt Outrage At High EpiPen Prices  NPR
The EpiPen Controversy Isn't About Mylan  Wall Street Journal
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Treasuries, Stocks, Dollar Losing Steam Before Yellen's Speech
Traders pushed down the value of U.S. stocks, bonds and the dollar before a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen that may provide clues on the path for interest rates in the world's largest economy.
Wall Street gears up for Janet Yellen's speech; health care falls 1 pct  CNBC
Stocks Slip as Investors Look to Fed's Jackson Hole Meeting  Wall Street Journal
As Ailing Sears Bleeds Cash, Billionaire Eddie Lampert Increases Loans To Retailer
As Sears continues to stumble, the struggling retail giant is leaning on its billionaire CEO Edward Lampert to prop up the company until it can sell off its household brands, home services business and real estate.
Why Sears Had to Borrow Another $300 Million From Its CEO  Fortune
Sears Holdings Reports Second Quarter 2016 Results  PR Newswire (press release)
Duke University files $9.9 million claim on McClendon estate
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Duke University has filed a $9.9 million claim against the estate of former Chesapeake Energy Corp. CEO Aubrey McClendon for pledges the Duke alumnus made that the university says were unpaid at the time of his death in a fiery ...
Police: 3 dead, 1 hurt in Toronto, crossbow found nearby  NBC 29 News
Duke University Makes Claim on Estate of Aubrey McClendon  Wall Street Journal
Upbeat US factory data suggests business spending stabilizing
Louisville Assembly Plant employees work to assemble the new 2013 Ford Escape on the production line in Louisville, Kentucky, June 13, 2012.
US Durable-Goods Orders Rebounded in July, Jumping 4.4%  Wall Street Journal
Orders for U.S. Capital Equipment Climb by Most Since January  Bloomberg
US agency rolls out refinance program for homeowners
A real estate sign advertising a new home for sale is pictured in Vienna, Virginia, outside of Washington, October 20, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing/File Photo.
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac extend crisis-era refinance program  Chicago Tribune
Homeowners get more time for HARP refinancing  Detroit Free Press
Why the EU's Tax Probe of Multinationals Is Raising US Ire
BRUSSELS - The European Union's campaign to crack down on tax avoidance by multinationals has drawn unusually public criticism from the U.S.
Apple might owe the EU billions in back taxes  Yahoo News
Look at how much Apple's overseas cash hoard has grown in the last 8 years  Business Insider
Uber Loses at Least $1.2 Billion in First Half of 2016
The ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies Inc. is not a public company, but every three months, dozens of shareholders get on a conference call to hear the latest details on its business performance from its head of finance, Gautam Gupta.
Did Uber just burst the sharing economy bubble?  CNET
The Real Reason Uber Abandoned China  TIME
Study: Paying Tuition With Credit Cards Is Costly
Many colleges allow students or families to pay tuition bills with credit cards, but the fees associated with those payments may be costly enough that any rewards from the credit card company are wiped out.
Before charging that tuition bill, check for fees  Chicago Tribune
Avoid these 4 common credit card traps
Tesla (TSLA) Stock Up, Wins Approval for $2.6 Billion SolarCity Deal
Tesla (TSLA) won approval today from a U.S. antitrust body for its acquisition of SolarCity. Rachel Aldrich. Follow. Aug 25, 2016 3:52 PM EDT.
Antitrust regulators approve Tesla deal to buy SolarCity  Ars Technica
Tesla Clears Antitrust Hurdle In $2.6 Billion Deal For SolarCity  NPR