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Icahn Buys More Herbalife, Denying Claim He's Selling Stake
Herbalife Ltd. backer Carl Icahn said he bought an additional 2.3 million shares in the nutrition company following remarks by fellow billionaire Bill Ackman that the investor has been trying to sell his stake.
Icahn denies attempt to sell Herbalife stock, buys more shares  Reuters
CARL ICAHN: Bill Ackman is a liar  Business Insider
Fed's Yellen sees stronger case for interest rate hike
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. The Federal Reserve is getting closer to raising interest rates again, the head of the U.S. central bankand other policymakers said on Friday in comments that left the door open for a hike as early as next month.
Losses Piling Up for S&P 500 as Weekly Drop Is Worst Since June  Bloomberg
Summer's ending, Fed's back in play and September volatility looms ...  CNBC
Dear EpiPen Customers . . .
To whom it may concern: As the CEO of Mylan, maker of the world-famous EpiPen, it gives me great pleasure to address you, via email from an undisclosed location, concerning the pricing of our product.
Painted as EpiPen Villain, Mylan's Chief Says She's No Such Thing  New York Times
EpiPen Users Have Few Options for Generic or Alternate Drugs  ABC News
St. Jude says report by short sellers 'false and misleading'
The ticker and trading information for St. Jude Medical is displayed where the stock is traded on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S.
St. Jude Denies Report Its Heart Devices Are Vulnerable to Cyberattacks  Wall Street Journal
St. Jude Denies Short Seller's Claims; Abbott Remains Committed  Bloomberg
Paramount Pictures Chief Gets Vote of Confidence
Paramount PARAMON 0.00 % Pictures Chief Executive Brad Grey and his team received a vote of confidence from parent company Viacom Inc. VIA -0.84 % and its board of directors, a day after explaining the studio's current woes and presenting a plan to ...
Fight Over Viacom Control Ends as Granddaughter Backs Off  Bloomberg
Redstone granddaughter agrees to case dismissal, helps broader deal  Reuters
From berries to cheese, farm sector reaping millions through Depression-era ...
Many American farmers pride themselves on being self-reliant. But this year, they're getting more federal money from a Depression-era food purchasing program that's designed to combat a supply glut and low prices.
Americans are eating more cheese than ever
Helping dairy farms, USDA buys $20 million worth of cheese  Richmond Register
Lotte Executive Found Dead Amid South Korean Corruption Inquiry
Inspectors in Yangpyeong, South Korea, on Friday examined the car owned by Lee In-won, the vice chairman of the Lotte Group. Mr. Lee's body was found on Friday and a note was recovered from inside the car.
Lotte vice chairman found dead amid probe; suicide suspected  Reuters
Lotte vice chairman Lee In-won found dead  BBC News
Uber Just Scored a Major Win in New York Over Surge Pricing
A federal judge on Friday granted a request by Uber Technologies and its chief executive officer to put a passenger's price-fixing lawsuit against them on hold, while they appeal his refusal to let them arbitrate the dispute.
Uber wins halt to NY price-fixing lawsuit during appeal
Citigroup analysis: Trump victory would cause economic downturn
A couple of months ago, four economists at Moody's Analytics prepared a report intended to provide clients with useful information: the “cumulative economic benefits and costs” of Donald Trump's agenda.
Citigroup Thinks Donald Trump Could Cause a Global Recession  Fortune
Citigroup economist: Trump election could spur global recession  The Hill
California bans ITT tech from accepting new students
The for-profit college chain ITT Educational Services has been banned from accepting new students at its 15 California locations under an emergency decision issued Friday by the state Department of Consumer Affairs' Bureau for Private Postsecondary ...
Penalties might be death knell for ITT Tech nationwide, locally  Columbus Dispatch
ITT Tech's collapse could help former students wipe out their loans  Indianapolis Star