New Cancer Immunotherapy Drugs Show Promise

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A new crop of cancer immunotherapy drugs is showing promise in a widening range of tumor types, while researchers home in on ways to predict which patients are likely to benefit most from the drugs.

Snapchat Reveals $650 Million Private Placement

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Snapchat disclosed it has offered to sell $650 million of stock in a private placement, an opportunity for the company and insiders to profit from the messaging company’s popularity.

China's Tech Firms Aim to Stay Home

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China’s stock market and more favorable domestic regulations are driving tech firms to plan to list shares in China instead of the U.S.

Humana Considers Sale of Company

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Health insurer Humana is considering selling the company, a move that could trigger a widely anticipated wave of consolidation in the industry.

BofA to Pay $30 Million Civil Penalty

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Bank of America has agreed to pay a $30 million civil penalty and correct violations on about 73,000 accounts of U.S. military members.

Advisers for Ukraine, Creditors to Meet in London

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Bondholders negotiating a restructuring deal with Ukraine proposed a mixture of debt extensions and interest-payment cuts earlier this month, according to a person familiar with the matter.

FIFA Scandal Pressures Sponsors

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The indictments alleging corruption among FIFA officials leave corporate sponsors facing dilemma of whether to back away from the powerful marketing outlet of the world’s most popular game.

FTC Sues to Block Steris, Synergy Merger

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The Federal Trade Commission sued to block the $1.9 billion merger of infection-prevention firm Steris and U.K. peer Synergy Health, with the companies pledging to fight back in court.

American Express President Gilligan Dies

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American Express said President Edward Gilligan died after becoming seriously ill on a flight home to New York on Friday morning.

Google's Big Picture Is Blurry for Investors

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Google’s I/O conference showed why the Web giant remains relevant—but also why investors have a hard time valuing it.

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