Stolen Roche Cancer Drug on Market

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Europe's top medicine authority warns that stolen vials of Roche Holding's cancer drug Herceptin has been reintroduced in some parts of Europe.

Post Holdings Near Deal for Michael Foods

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Post Holdings is nearing a deal to acquire Michael Foods for as much as $2.5 billion, which would expand the cereal maker's menu of breakfast offerings into eggs and dairy goods, according to people familiar with the matter.

Glaxo Examines Bribery Claims

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British pharmaceuticals giant is examining accusations its employees bribed doctors by offering perks such as flexible travel arrangements and free samples—the latest in a series of allegations about its practices in China, Poland and the Middle East.

Discovery Out of Running for U.K.'s Channel 5

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U.S. cable network-owner Discovery Communications Inc. is no longer in the running to acquire the U.K.'s Channel 5, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Steel Dynamics Profit Drops 20% on Higher Costs

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Steel Dynamics Inc. said its first-quarter earnings fell 20% as severe winter weather led to higher energy costs and lower shipments.

Judge Rules Customer Suit Against Corzine Can Move Ahead

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A federal judge said a lawsuit filed by a former MF Global futures customer against former CEO Jon Corzine and other top officials could move forward but dismissed all claims against independent directors and investment firm J.C. Flowers & Co.

Today the federal judge allowed the Boston Marathon Bomber access to the victims autopsy photos. Do you agree with the ruling?
Was the New York Time article on the Marathon Bombers appropriate to publish today?

How to Talk Like an Art Buyer

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Limited editions? Archival pigment prints? Bonded bronze? A look at some of the insider vocabulary used by artists and galleries.

A Couple Needs to Overcome Debt

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A financial planner lays out a recovery plan for a young couple with six credit cards and $20,000 in credit-card debt.

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