A Cure for Swelling Drug Prices: Competition

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Price spikes for drugs like EpiPen reflect a lack of competition that can be curbed by allowing generics approved abroad to be sold in the U.S., Greg Ip writes.

Ship Operators Explore Autonomous Sailing

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Ship designers, their operators and regulators are equipping for a future in which cargo vessels sail the oceans with minimal or even no crew, which could herald the biggest change in shipping since diesel engines replaced steam.

Personal-Privacy Concerns Grip China

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Columnist Li Yuan writes that national outrage in China over reports of a phone swindle is focusing new attention on lax privacy protections.

French Carrier Orange Pursues Stake in Iranian Wireless Firm

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France’s Orange SA is in preliminary talks to acquire a stake in Iran’s largest cellular operator in what would mark the first time a Western company has acquired a stake in a major Iranian company since nuclear sanctions were lifted in January.

Bidding War for Medivation Is Good News for Biotech

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Pfizer had stiff competition in the chase for Medivation, which bodes well for biotech.

Finding Safer Ground at Palo Alto Networks

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A rich multiple has made cybersecurity star Palo Alto Networks a dangerous play, but its shifting revenue mix is a good sign.

Dropbox Says 68 Million Usernames and Passwords Stolen in 2012 Hack

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Dropbox is forcing some users to reset passwords after discovering that 68 million usernames and passwords were stolen from the online-storage site during a 2012 hack.

Elon Musk Faces Cash Squeeze at Tesla, SolarCity

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Two pillars of the entrepreneur’s empire are facing financial crunches as he seeks to combine the two companies through a controversial acquisition.

It's Time to Sweat Again at Lululemon

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The yoga-wear maker’s shares have rallied by more than one-third this year. Additional gains might be a stretch.

EU Looks to Rein In Alleged Excesses of U.S. Tech Giants

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Apple’s tax bill is just the beginning. European officials are pushing a raft of regulations and investigations aimed at altering the behavior of a cadre of U.S.-based internet superpowers.

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