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Gilead's Price Dispute With Insurers Leaves Doctors on Sidelines
Doctors caught in the middle of an escalating battle over U.S. drug prices are losing influence over their patients' treatment even as they gain an opportunity to treat more people more affordably.
UPDATE 3-Express Scripts drops Gilead hep C drugs for cheaper AbbVie rival  Reuters
Express Scripts alters financial landscape for drugs  Philly.com
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Leaders Agree on Ukraine Peace Talks for Contact Group in Minsk
Ukraine's neighbor Poland called for consistency in maintaining sanctions against Russia and said a unified stance may be the only way to change the policies of President Vladimir Putin's government.
Ruble Swap Shows China Challenging IMF as Emergency Lender  Businessweek
Russia's ex-finance boss in crisis warning but rouble rallies  BBC News
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Power giant Alstom to pay record $772 million to settle bribery charges
A French industrial titan whose key assets were bought this year by General Electric pleaded guilty Monday to years of international bribery and agreed to pay a $772 million criminal fine, the largest ever levied under a federal foreign anti-corruption law, ...
UPDATE 2-Alstom to pay record $772 mln to settle bribery charges with US  Reuters
Alstom to Pay US Record $772 Million Fine in Bribery Scheme  New York Times
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NY's Michael Grimm expected to plead guilty
In April, Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.), a former FBI agent who's been the subject of a long-time criminal investigation, was indicted on 20 criminal counts including impeding the IRS, conspiracy to defraud the United States, perjury, filing false tax returns, mail ...
Reports: Rep. Michael Grimm to plead guilty to tax charges  UPI.com
Michael Grimm to plead guilty to cheating on taxes  New York Post
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Maine home sales decline 9.85 percent in November
PORTLAND, Maine - Maine home sales dipped 9.85 percent in November while the median sales price dropped 1.43 percent. The Maine Association of Realtors reports the median sales price for November was $172,500.
US home sales hit slowest pace in 6 months in November  HeraldNet
Illinois Housing Prices Rise, Sales Decline  Journal & Topics Newspapers Online
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S&P 500, Dow industrials close at records
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average ended Monday back in record territory, fueled by continued hopes that the Federal Reserve won't be in a rush to raise interest rates.
Dow sets record, making up for December losses  WMDT
S&P Hits All-Time Closing High, Dow Jones Industrial Average Inches ...  Schaeffers Research (blog)
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Oil scandal in Brazil just keeps growing; optimists see chance for change
RIO DE JANEIRO - On the surface it could not be much worse for Brazil. With the economy faltering, its cherished government-controlled oil company Petrobras spiraled into a $3.8 billion corruption scandal just as it was finally ramping up production in its ...
Ex Petrobras manager says she spoke with CEO about anomalies  U-T San Diego
Brazil's Rousseff stands by Petrobras CEO, says pessimism overblown  Yahoo!7 News
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Americans Getting Pumped for the Holidays
A gallon of regular unleaded gas was advertised at $1.99 in Dallas on Dec. 12. Dallas Morning News/Associated Press. By. Josh Zumbrun.
Gas prices still falling  Thehour.com
Stations in 24 States Offering Gas Below $2  CSNews Online
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Wall St. Closes Higher, but Home Sales Data Disappoints
Stocks are back at nominal highs as the market posted its fourth gain in a row. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 154 points, or 0.9 percent, to 17,959 Monday, narrowly beating a closing high from two weeks ago by about half a point.
Stocks Rise; Dow, S&P 500 Set New Records  Barron's (blog)
US stock indexes mostly higher in morning trading, extending market rally ...  Minneapolis Star Tribune
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F-Squared paying $35M to settle SEC charges on advertising
WASHINGTON (AP) - F-Squared will pay $35 million and admit wrongdoing to settle federal regulators' charges of defrauding investors with false advertising claims about financial performance.
F-Squared to Settle SEC Charges  Wall Street Journal
F-Squared Slammed By SEC Over False Performance Claims  Financial Advisor Magazine
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