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Ex-pharma CEO Martin Shkreli defends EpiPen price increase
Pharmaceutical firebrand Martin Shkreli has injected himself into the debate over the skyrocketing price of a life-saving allergy treatment, arguing that the manufacturer of EpiPen doesn't make much money and instead blaming insurers for not covering ...
EpiPens are my armor against disaster. They shouldn't be priced like a ...  Washington Post
The EpiPen Controversy Isn't About Mylan  Wall Street Journal
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Durable Goods Orders, Business Investment, Up In Good Sign For The Economy
One of the great puzzles of the current economic situation is that companies seem to be so reluctant to invest. Interest rates are at all time lows, inflation is pretty much non-existent, profits are up as a portion of the economy - there should be an ...
Upbeat US factory data suggests business spending stabilizing  Reuters
Durable Goods Good, But Not Great  Wall Street Journal (blog)
As central bankers gather, some at Fed make rate-hike case
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen holds a press conference following the Fed's two-day Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) policy meeting in Washington June 15, 2016.
Wall Street gears up for Janet Yellen's speech as stocks hold flat  CNBC
Yellen, in speech Friday, could send signal about next hike  U.S. News & World Report
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)
Here's How Donald Trump Plans to Get Tough on China
“We're not playing games anymore.” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump threatened on Wednesday to slap tariffs on Chinese products to show Beijing that the U.S.
'Fast track' Dems mostly undecided on TPP  Politico
Trump Lays Out Seven Steps to 'Bring Back' and 'Create' Jobs ...  Breitbart News
Stocks drift between small gains and losses on Wall Street
FILE - This Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014, file photo shows the facade of the New York Stock Exchange. Global stocks fell Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, in lackluster trading as investors awaited a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Friday for hints on ...
Midday Report: Wall St. Wobbles Ahead of Yellen Comments  New York Times
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.
US Treasury Complains Over EU Tax Probe Into Apple - JP Morgan Entirely ...  Forbes
Treasury ramps up  Politico
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.
Credit card rates for Thursday, August 25  Bankrate.com
Before charging that tuition bill, check for fees  Chicago Tribune
St. Jude stock tumbles as report questions company's cybersecurity
A short seller says half of the company's revenue could be at stake; St. Jude said the claims are untrue. By Joe Carlson Star Tribune.
Carson Block has a new short, and his reasoning is super creepy  Business Insider
Muddy Waters shorts St Jude on heart device fear; shares drop  Reuters
Berkshire's Jain Tells Gen Re Staff to Fix 'Problem' With Costs
Ajit Jain, one of Warren Buffett's top managers at Berkshire Hathaway Inc., has a message for the staff that he oversees at Gen Re: It's time for their business to get much leaner and less bureaucratic.
Warren Buffett Could Lose a Major Cash Cow As Dow Chemical Rallies  Fortune
Buffett's company buys more Phillips 66 shares  Houston Chronicle