EpiPens are in your friend's purse and your kid's backpack. The school nurse has a few, as does Grandma. The medicine inside - epinephrine - has been around forever, and the handy gadget that injects it into your leg is not particularly new either.
When Federal Reserve officials gather for the Kansas City Fed's high-profile policy conference in Jackson Hole, Wyo. this week, some of them will start with an unprecedented event.
Shares in HP Inc. tumbled in extended trading Wednesday after the personal computer and printer maker beat expectations with its results for its fiscal third quarter but its outlook for the current quarter fell short of Wall Street estimates.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said it reached settlements with 71 state and local borrowers for lying to investors about their compliance with disclosure requirements when they sold bonds in the $3.7 trillion municipal market.
WASHINGTON—The first handful of states have released approved 2017 rates for people who buy health insurance on their own and the results so far are consistent with what many expected: There are significant increases in premiums for next year.