DNA Testing Firm Myriad Fights Off Rivals

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Nearly two years after the Supreme Court struck down its gene patents, DNA testing company Myriad is fighting to sustain its business model.

Allegiant Air Gets Injunction on Pilot Strike

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A federal judge granted Allegiant Air a preliminary injunction making it unlawful for the discount carrier’s pilots to strike.

Berkshire Shareholders Pepper Buffett With Some Hard Questions

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Shareholders peppered Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger with questions ranging from granular to broad at Saturday’s annual meeting.

Berkshire Shareholders Pepper Buffett With Some Hard Questions

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Shareholders peppered Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger with questions ranging from granular to broad at Saturday’s annual meeting.

Financial Aid: It's Not Too Late

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Some scholarships and other assistance are still available for students starting college this year.

Should We Insure Long-Term Care?

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Policies are pricier, harder to find and increasingly difficult to justify as worthwhile.

Diamond in the Mining Waste

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De Beers has a lucrative niche, wading through waste rock to squeeze the remaining diamonds out of a South African deposit that started the company in 1888.

Luxury Cars Drive Auto Sales Higher

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America’s taste for pricey automobiles hit its stride in April amid low gasoline prices and favorable lending terms, with buyers paying on average hundreds of dollars more for a light vehicle than in the same period a year ago.

Australia Stiffens Penalties Against Foreign Property Investors

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To address overheating in the property market, the Australian government said those breaching investment laws would face three-year jail terms and fines.

U.S. Factories Start Spring Solidly---Mostly

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U.S. manufacturers kicked off the spring with more production and orders from their factories, but a sign of falling employment put another dark cloud over the labor market.

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