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Cummings again seeks docs in Valeant pricing, business probe

TRENTON, N.J. — The ranking Democrat on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is turning up the heat on beleaguered Valeant Pharmaceuticals, as the committee continues investigating soaring drug prices. Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland has sought documents about ...

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Survey: Pot may be legal, but you’ll still get fired

With marijuana legalization spreading state-by-state across America and the U.S. government backing away from aggressive enforcement of federal laws, employers in the Weed Belt have begun to reconsider their substance abuse policies. They’re making them tougher. In a first-of-its-kind survey, ...

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AMC names Starwood boss Aron as new CEO

LOS ANGELES — Theater chain AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. is naming Starwood Hotels and Resorts’ interim CEO Adam Aron as its new chief executive, replacing interim CEO Craig Ramsey. Aron starts Jan. 4. Aron, 61, headed Starwood as interim boss ...

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U.S., Cuba near deal on restoring direct commercial flights

WASHINGTON — The United States and Cuba are close to an agreement on restoring regularly scheduled, commercial flights between the countries, a senior American diplomat said Tuesday, as talks on the matter were ongoing. Jeffrey DeLaurentis, who heads the U.S. ...

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Howard Stern, Sirius XM agree on new 5-year deal

  NEW YORK — Much has changed for Howard Stern and SiriusXM since their first deal a decade ago — except for their desire to stay in business together. The company announced Tuesday its third five-year deal to keep Stern’s ...

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6 firms bid to equip Baltimore police vans with cameras

Six firms have submitted bids to supply video cameras to record the inside of Baltimore’s police vans. City officials asked companies in August for proposals to supply “in-vehicle video camera” systems for the police department’s fleet of 23 transport vans. ...

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Lululemon founder considered acquiring Under Armour

Lululemon Athletica Inc. founder Chip Wilson, who split from the company over strategy disagreements, said he once considered acquiring Baltimore-based Under Armour Inc., a deal that would have combined two of the biggest brands in athletic apparel. “Three years ago, ...

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McGuireWoods’ Stearman to chair ‘Go Red for Women’ campaign

BALTIMORE – McGuireWoods Baltimore partner Jennifer J. Stearman has been appointed the Greater Baltimore chair of the 2016 Go Red for Women campaign, the American Heart Association’s nationwide initiative to end heart disease and stroke in women. Stearman, who has ...

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