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The next mega merger could be a $60 billion drug deal – CNNMoney

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This article was originally published on this site This pharmacy offers ‘slight degree of anonymity’ Investors are eyeing up another potential mega merger in the pharmaceutical industry. Shares in Shire (SHPG) surged by as much as 12% on Thursday in London trading after two rival drugmakers said they were considering a bid for the biotech…

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'Fearless Girl' will be moving to NYSE after spending a year staring down 'Charging Bull' – CNBC

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This article was originally published on this site The “Fearless Girl” statue will be moving closer to the New York Stock Exchange after spending a year staring down Arturo Di Modica’s “Charging Bull.” The 50-inch tall bronze statue of a girl with her hands on her hips was created by Kristen Visbal and installed in…

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What Amazon Prime's 100 million milestone doesn't show: The battle to keep growing in the US – Recode

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This article was originally published on this site Jeff Bezos’ surprise unveiling of the Amazon Prime membership number — 100 million-plus paying members worldwide — was a long, long time coming. So the attention it received was expected, if not deserved. But that figure only gives a surface-level view into the success and current challenges…

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The typical Amazon employee makes less than you think – CNNMoney

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This article was originally published on this site Is Amazon a monopoly? Just because you work at Amazon doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed a six-figure paycheck. Amazon (AMZN) disclosed in a filing Wednesday that the median pay for its employees was just $28,446 in 2017. Put another way: half of Amazon’s employees earned less than that…

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Philip Morris on track for worst day in a decade as iQOS growth in Japan 'plateaus' – CNBC

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This article was originally published on this site Philip Morris International shares plummeted 17 percent, on track for the company’s worst day since it spun off from Altria in 2008, after PMI posted mixed first-quarter results and said growth of iQOS, its heat-not-burn tobacco product, slowed in Japan. iQOS warms tobacco to a temperature that’s…

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'They can't be here for us': Black men arrested at Starbucks tell their story for the first time – Washington Post

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This article was originally published on this site One week after they were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks, the two black men seen in a cellphone video viewed more than 11 million times went on “Good Morning America” Thursday to describe how arriving 10 minutes early to a business meeting put them in handcuffs. Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, along…

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Men arrested at Starbucks were there for business meeting hoping to change 'our lives' – ABC News

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This article was originally published on this site The two black men who were arrested at a Starbucks in downtown Philadelphia last week and accused of trespassing say they were there for a business meeting that they had hoped would change their lives. Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson came forward this morning on ABC News’…

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Celebrated 'Fearless Girl' statue moving next to Stock Exchange, ending year-long standoff with 'Charging Bull' – New York Daily News

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This article was originally published on this site Fearless Girl is on the move. The much-beloved statue will depart her perch opposite the iconic Charging Bull to stare down some new scenery: The New York Stock Exchange, the Daily News has learned. City Hall and the financial services firm that commissioned Fearless Girl, State Street…

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Allergan Says It May Bid for Shire to Compete With Takeda Offer – Bloomberg

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This article was originally published on this site Allergan Plc said it’s considering an offer for Shire Plc, potentially setting up a bidding war with Takeda Pharmaceutical Co., whose $60 billion offer for the drugmaker has been rejected as insufficient. Allergan said in a statement that it’s “in the early stages of considering a possible…

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In a US-China Tech Battle, Companies Are Caught in the Middle – Wall Street Journal

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This article was originally published on this site ZTE is one of two Chinese companies seeking to take a global lead in establishing next-generation mobile internet networks, known as 5G. Photo: Pichi Chuang/Reuters By Yoko Kubota and Yoko Kubota The Wall Street Journal Biography @Kubota_Yoko yoko.kubota@wsj.com Dan Strumpf Dan Strumpf The Wall Street Journal Biography…

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