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Cost of EpiPen: One senator's daughter is Mylan CEO, another's needs drug
Washington (CNN) The incredible increase in the cost of EpiPens, auto-injectors that can stop life-threatening emergencies caused by allergic reactions, has hit home on Capitol Hill, where one Democratic senator whose daughter has allergies has called ...
Mylan to Lower EpiPen Cost for Some Patients  New York Times
How Mylan And Pfizer Could Cause A Major Biotech Backlash  Forbes
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A Tax Tangle for the Treasury
U.S. companies are partly to blame for exploiting EU divisions. The Treasury Department went on the attack against the European Commission yesterday, trying to stop it hitting Apple Inc. and other U.S.
US Treasury Complains Over EU Tax Probe Into Apple - JP Morgan Entirely ...  Forbes
EU rejects US concerns of bias in company tax investigations  U.S. News & World Report
Orders for U.S. Capital Equipment Climb by Most Since January
Orders for business equipment climbed in July for a second month, advancing the most since January and indicating U.S. companies are becoming less reluctant to invest.
US Durable-Goods Orders Rebounded in July, Jumping 4.4%  Wall Street Journal
US core capital goods orders post biggest gain in six months  Reuters
Jobless Claims in U.S. Decline to Lowest Level in Five Weeks
The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell to the lowest level in five weeks, another sign of endurance in the labor market.
US Jobless Claims Fall Further  Wall Street Journal
US jobless claims fall for third straight week  Reuters
Raising the Inflation Target Would Be a Risky Challenge for the Federal Reserve
Could a central bank maintain public faith if it announces a goal, misses it for more than four years, then say it wants to change it?
Politics|Bold Moves, Tepid Gains: Have Central Banks Met Their Limit?  New York Times
Iconoclasts needed to topple central bank targets  Reuters Blogs (blog)
Sears Holdings Gets More Aid From Lampert After Another Quarterly Loss
Sears Holdings Corp. SHLD -6.61 % on Thursday posted another quarterly loss amid sliding sales, and the retailer said it would accept another $300 million of help from its chief executive's hedge fund.
Sears Holdings Reports Second Quarter 2016 Results  PR Newswire (press release)
Sears to Borrow $300 Million From Lampert as Losses Mount  Bloomberg
Is Your Credit Card Interest Rate Too High?
Nobody likes paying credit card interest, and as unsecured debt, credit cards will typically have higher interest rates than other types of loans such as a mortgage or a car loan.
How Facebook can affect your credit score  Financial Times
Most College Students Pay Credit Card Bills in Full Each Month  PR Newswire (press release)
Punch-Drunk Gold Investors Eye Yellen, Driving Volumes to Lows
Gold traders heady on the best first half for the precious metal in 40 years are now pausing to eye the punch bowl. Trading volume hit a two-month low this week on expectations Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will drop clues to solving the mystery ...
RPT-Central bankers eye public spending to plug $1 trln investment gap  Reuters
Here's What Needs to Be Fixed at the Fed  Fortune
HP Inc beats estimates, weak printer demand weighs on forecast
HP Inc., the hardware business of the former Hewlett-Packard, reported higher-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit as demand recovered for its notebooks.
HP Beats Revenue And Profit Expectations For Fiscal Q3, But Weak Outlook ...  Tech Times
HP's Outlook Still Down Despite Improved PC Sales  Fortune
Obama administration taps Kim for second term at World Bank
FILE - In this Thursday, June 30, 2016, file photo, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim speaks at a news conference in New Delhi, India.
US nominates Kim for World Bank second term  Daily Mail
Obama Administration Moves to Secure New Term for World Bank Chief Jim Yong Kim  Wall Street Journal