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Mylan isn't alone: 11 drugmakers with off-the-charts pricing power
Mylan (MYL) is drawing fire for passing off massive price hikes for its EpiPen allergy treatment. But it's far from being the drug company with the most pricing power.
The maker of the EpiPen is playing another dirty trick right from Martin ...  Business Insider
EpiPen CEO: Blame the 'broken' system, not me  CNNMoney
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US Durable-Goods Orders Rebounded in July, Jumping 4.4%
WASHINGTON—Demand for long-lasting factory goods rebounded in July, a sign the manufacturing sector could continue to stabilize in the second half of the year.
TREASURIES-Yields rise after durable goods orders rebound  Reuters
Orders for U.S. Capital Equipment Climb by Most Since January  Bloomberg
Stocks Tick Higher as Investors Look to Fed's Jackson Hole Meeting
U.S. stocks drifted higher Thursday, with market attention focused on the Federal Reserve's annual meeting at Jackson Hole, Wyo.
Defensive Washout Worsens for U.S. Stocks Meandering Another Day  Bloomberg
Upbeat US factory data suggests business spending stabilizing  Reuters
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
Yes, Sears Is Still the Worst Stock on the Planet  TheStreet.com
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
How Millennials Hope to Spare Their Kids Student Debt
More parents are saving for their kids' college education and are getting more disciplined about it—but they're still not saving enough to help their kids as much as they hope to, a new study has found.
10-Year College Progress Report: Fidelity´┐Ż Finds Record-High Number of ...  Business Wire (press release)
RPT-YOUR MONEY-Lock up the college funds, or it is easy to raid them  Reuters
Carson Block Takes on St. Jude Medical With Claim of Hack Risk
Carson Block, the renowned short-seller and founder of research firm Muddy Waters LLC, is pulling out all the stops to break up an acquisition and tank the stock of device maker St. Jude Medical Inc. by exposing possible hacking vulnerabilities.
Carson Block has a new short, and his reasoning is super creepy  Business Insider
Dollar General is Oversold  Forbes
Treasury ramps up
With help from Toby Eckert. THAT ESCALATED QUICKLY: The Treasury Department on Wednesday pumped up the volume on its complaints that Europe is targeting U.S.
US Treasury Complains Over EU Tax Probe Into Apple - JP Morgan Entirely ...  Forbes
US Treasury Accuses EU Tax Officials of Picking on Apple  Fortune
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
Stocks waver between small gains and losses in midday trade
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 ...
Markets Right Now: Stocks waver in late morning trade  Washington Post
Markets Right Now: Stocks are slightly lower in early trade  Chicago Daily Herald