Pharmaceutical heavyweight Mylan, the latest poster child for drug-industry greed, finally stuck up for itself Thursday. It argued that “the system,” not avarice, was to blame for the company jacking up the price of EpiPens, a common (and life-saving ...
WASHINGTON U.S. economic growth was slightly more tepid than initially thought in the second quarter as businesses aggressively ran down inventories, offsetting a spurt in consumer spending.
Many American farmers pride themselves on being self-reliant. But this year, they're getting more federal money from a Depression-era food purchasing program that's designed to combat a supply glut and low prices.
Bloomberg recently had an article that talked about mounting losses at one of the hottest unicorns out there. Uber, the ride hailing service, has reportedly lost a cool $1.27 billion in the first half of 2016 alone.
The thesis around one of the easiest trades in the business got badly bruised on Thursday. Dollar stores such as Dollar Tree (DLTR) and Dollar General (DG) were hammered in response to their tepid fiscal second-quarter earnings and outlooks.