Researchers Fret as Social Media Lift Veil on Drug Trials

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Drug makers and researchers are increasingly concerned that online chatter could unravel the carefully built construct of the 'blind' clinical trial.

UPS Profit Misses Expectations

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United Parcel Service posted disappointing second-quarter earnings on higher spending and costs and lowered full-year earnings projections as it invests more heavily than expected to avoid problems this holiday season.

In Prepaid Cards, Fortune Eludes the Famous

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Suze Orman, Magic Johnson and Lil Wayne are among the celebrities who have shuttered or scaled back prepaid-card ventures, as they struggle to compete with plain-vanilla cards issued by big banks.

In Prepaid Cards, Fortune Eludes the Famous

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Suze Orman, Magic Johnson and Lil Wayne are among the celebrities who have shuttered or scaled back prepaid-card ventures, as they struggle to compete with plain-vanilla cards issued by big banks.

Regulators Say EPA's Climate Rule Poses Grid Challenges

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President Barack Obama's proposed carbon-emissions rule for the nation's power plants will create new cost and reliability challenges for the U.S. electricity system, federal energy regulators said Tuesday.

Activist Casablanca Claims Victory Over Cliffs Natural Resources

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Activist investor Casablanca said it won control over a majority of the board of Cliffs Natural Resources, the U.S.'s biggest iron-ore producer.

The Waiting Game: Sprint and T-Mobile

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The slow progress in Sprint's pursuit of T-Mobile is in part tied to the public nature of the deal. With all the details out, there isn't as much pressure to make an announcement.

China Probes Microsoft Over Antimonopoly Issues

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Chinese officials said they are investigating whether Microsoft violated Chinese antimonopoly laws, stepping up tensions between the two countries' high technology suppliers.

NCAA Settles Head-Injury Lawsuit

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The NCAA has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit over head injuries. Plus, goalkeeper Tim Howard's TV career is expanding.

In Video Age, Film Gets a Reprieve

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A coalition of Hollywood movie studios is close to a deal to keep Eastman Kodak Co. in the business of producing movie film.

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