Mylan, Feeling Heat on EpiPen Price, Will Offer Cheaper Generic

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Mylan said it would launch a generic alternative to EpiPen at a 50% discount after being criticized for sharply raising the price of the lifesaving drug.

U.S. Consumer Spending Rose in July

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Consumer spending rose for the fourth straight month in July, a sign domestic consumption could continue to drive U.S. economic growth over the second half of the year.

Mondelez Walks Away After Hershey Spurns Raised Bid

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Mondelez ended its bid to acquire Hershey after the famed chocolate-bar maker rebuffed a new takeover offer and indicated it would be difficult to strike a deal before next year.

7-Eleven Tries Selling Another Type of Java

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Ade Irmayanti used to view the local 7-Eleven as just a teenage hangout. Then, she and dozens of other mothers began visiting there three nights a week to learn HTML, Java script and other coding skills.

Nothing Says 'Bank Policy' Like Bullets, Bazookas and Sledgehammers

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A new arsenal of unorthodox policy weapons is inspiring bankers to invent a new descriptive lexicon.

Why Craft Brewing Slowdown Won't Benefit Big Beer

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The upscale drift of beverage markets in the developed world cuts the wrong way for big U.S. brewers.

Facebook to Allow Users to Trigger 'Safety Check' Feature

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Facebook Inc. said Monday that it is planning for communities to be able to trigger its “safety check” function instead of the social media giant having sole control over it during a disaster.

At Ports, a Sign of Altered Supply Chains

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Economists say subdued activity at U.S. ports is a sign of how retailers are slimming down their supply chains as more of their customers shop online.

Firms Say Goodbye to Prettied-Up Financial Reports

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More companies are responding to regulatory scrutiny of financial reporting by giving greater prominence to standard, or GAAP, accounting figures, rather than emphasizing more-flattering metrics.

Another Intellectual-Property-Law Firm to Close

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Intellectual-property-law firm Kenyon & Kenyon will close and its 55 lawyers will move to Texas-based Andrews Kurth, shrinking still further the national roster of such specialist boutiques.

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