The EpiPen Controversy Isn't About Mylan

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Political outrage over EpiPen price increases won’t help lower health-care costs for Americans.

Canadian Carriers Appear Set to Join U.S. Air-Safety Program

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U.S. airlines and aviation regulators are poised to break new ground by expanding voluntary safety-reporting efforts to include data from Canadian carriers, according to people familiar with the discussions.

Volkswagen Reaches Pact With Dealers Hurt by Emissions Scandal

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Volkswagen has reached an accord with about 650 U.S. franchise dealers affected by its diesel-emissions crisis but is struggling to convince regulators to accept a fix for some half a million polluting vehicles still on U.S. roads, even if they can’t be made fully compliant with emissions regulations.

Mylan's EpiPen Price Increases Highlight Its Grip on the Market

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The ability of Mylan to raise EpiPen’s list price by nearly 550% over the past eight years underscores the pricing power drug companies enjoy for iconic brands facing little competition.

What to Watch For at the Kansas City Fed's Jackson Hole Conference

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Central bankers are gathering in Jackson Hole, Wyo., for an annual economic symposium, this year titled “Designing Resilient Monetary Policy Frameworks for the Future.” Here are several things to watch.

Indian Firm Admits 'Error' After Target Cuts Ties Over Cotton Dispute

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Welspun India said it would modify its supply chain and review its practices to address accusations it sold fake Egyptian cotton sheets to U.S. retailers.

Report: Startup Used iPhone Bug to Allow Spying

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Security researchers say a little-known Israeli startup exploited previously unknown bugs in Apple’s smartphone software to help foreign governments spy on their citizens.

WhatsApp to Share User Data With Facebook

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WhatsApp will start sharing data with Facebook, a policy shift after vowing few changes when the social network bought the app.

Workday's Price for Getting the Job Done

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The cloud company’s valuation curbs enthusiasm, but performance stays strong.

Exporters Fear Losses After China Gives Zika Label to U.S.

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China’s move to add the U.S. to a list of Zika-infected nations worries exporters, who fear requirements to fumigate all containers.

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