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Mr. Trump replied with a request for “a great story, just one” from The Times.
Sorrento is accusing its business partner, biotech entrepreneur Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, of orchestrating a plan that prevented the release of a promising cancer drug.
The company also picked 10 new board members.
Soon-Shiong called the suit "a cynical attempt to deflect from Sorrento's own breach of contract.".
After 22 years at the online magazine, Mr. Weisberg goes into business with his longtime friend who wrote “The Tipping Point.”.
Drug Store, a new health-drink outlet in New York, is betting that customers will pay by text message after grabbing a bottle.
Ben Bernanke, Hank Paulson and Tim Geithner rescued the country from disaster, but their success had an unexpected price.
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General Electric Co said on Thursday that four of its new flagship power turbines in the United States have been shut down due to an "oxidation issue" and warned it expects the problem to affect more of the 51 units it has shipped, sending shares lower.
Business leaders warn that the Washington region's inadequate bus system is stifling growth.
The report by the Greater Washington Partnership recommends changes similar to prior studies for improving bus service.
Some employers would rather workers get in their cars and drive to the office.