Compared with the rest of the third presidential debate Wednesday night, the opening conversation about the Constitution was practically Lincoln-Douglas-like as the candidates answered questions and didn’t interrupt each other. But the discussion of the seminal gun control case D.C. ...Read More »
Mylan NV’s $465 million settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over Medicaid rebates for its EpiPen allergy shot is a “sweetheart deal,” and the company should face a criminal investigation, Senator Richard Blumenthal said Wednesday. Medicaid, which provides health ...Read More »
Princeton University agreed to pay more than $18 million to settle a lawsuit by local homeowners who claimed the fifth-richest U.S. school should be paying property taxes on its New Jersey campus. The settlement, announced by the school, came days ...Read More »
AMC Networks Inc. is investing $65 million in Silver Spring-based RLJ Entertainment, a company backed by the founder of Black Entertainment Television, creating a partnership aimed at reaching two niche audiences — African-American viewers and fans of British programming — ...Read More »
In one of the most stunning rulings in recent years on separation of powers, the prestigious federal court of appeals in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday struck down the law creating the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — at least as ...Read More »
Amazon.com is restricting merchant access to its warehouses during the busy holiday shopping season, people familiar with the matter said, signaling that the online retailer is worried about capacity issues that have created problems in the past. The Seattle e-commerce ...
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It’s a topic the public feels strongly about. But it’s also a topic on which the public’s feelings have swung quite rapidly. Hmm. Americans began to favor abolishing the death penalty in the 1960s, and then, abruptly, shifted back to ...Read More »
Almost six months after filing the biggest U.S. bankruptcy of 2016, SunEdison Inc. is taking steps to work out a reorganization plan without liquidating a prize asset: its controlling stake in Bethesda-based TerraForm Power Inc. according to people familiar with ...Read More »
Discovery Communications Inc., the U.S. cable-TV company that’s on a growth spurt in Europe, named Gunnar Wiedenfels chief financial officer, plucking an executive from Germany’s ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE. Wiedenfels, 39, will join around April 1, Silver Spring, Maryland-based Discovery said ...
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