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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.
Sarah Jessica Parker cuts ties with EpiPen  USA TODAY
Mylan to Offer Some Patients Aid on Cost of EpiPens  New York Times
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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.
Fed officials tell activists rate hikes won't derail economy  Reuters
At Unprecedented Meeting, Fed Officials Voice Support for Activists' Issues  Wall Street Journal
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.
Uber suffers $1.2b half year loss: Report  ZDNet
Uber reportedly lost $1.27 billion in just six months  The Verge
How Walmart Won Back Shoppers From Dollar General
The world's largest retailer hit its dollar store competitor, hard. Dollar General DG -17.63% 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
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim Is Nominated for a Second Term
WASHINGTON - President Obama on Thursday nominated Jim Yong Kim for a second five-year term as president of the World Bank despite persistent complaints among employees about his leadership at a time when the mission of the global development ...
Obama administration taps Kim for second term at World Bank  STLtoday.com
Obama Administration Moves to Secure New Term for World Bank Chief Jim Yong Kim  Wall Street Journal
Can new chief executive 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
Sumner Redstone is loving Viacom's interim CEO  New York Post
Ex-Comverse CEO pleads guilty to fraud, a decade after fleeing US
The former chief executive officer of Comverse Technology pleaded guilty to securities fraud on Wednesday, a decade after fleeing the United States for Namibia to avoid prosecution.
After Exile In Africa, Ex-Tech CEO Pleads Guilty To Fraud In N.Y.  WSHU
He Hid In Namibia For 10 Years And Tried Self-Reform. US Judge Jails Israeli ...  AFKInsider
Akron's Signet Jewelers lowers earnings outlook, stock plunges
Signet Jewelers Ltd. on Thursday reported a sales decline for the second quarter and downgraded its sales and earnings outlook for the full year.
Signet Jewelers' (SIG) CEO Mark Light on Q2 2017 Results - Earnings Call ...  Seeking Alpha
Signet Jewelers cuts profit forecast, shares lose shine  Reuters
Autodesk Raises Annual View on Better-Than-Expected Results
Autodesk Inc. ADSK 0.84 % on Thursday raised financial projections for the year as a surge in customers signing up for a last batch of perpetual licenses and a spike in customers switching to higher-priced deals boosted second-quarter results.
Autodesk Reports Strong Second Quarter Results  Business Wire (press release)
Autodesk Rising on Surprise Q2 Profit; Q3 Beats, Raises Year View  Barron's (blog)
SEC requires advisers to provide more information about business
The headquarters of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are seen in Washington, July 6, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Bourg. WASHINGTON The top U.S.
SEC fines 13 investment firms for advertising false performance claims  MarketWatch
SEC Takes Aim at Performance That's Just Too Good to Be True  Bloomberg