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The Boston-based pharmacy at the heart of a growing meningitis outbreak is being sued by the victims who have fallen ill after receiving injectable steroid treatments for back pain.
Price targets on Google shares were reduced by multiple brokerage firms Friday, one day after the company prematurely released earnings reports.
A fungal meningitis outbreak linked to contaminated steroid injections has now been expanded to 15 states after Pennsylvania reported the first case in its state on Monday, according to a Reuters report.
Amazon is creating movies and TV programming with the data it gathered while climbing to the top of the ranks as the world's largest Internet retailer.
Samsung’s president of mobile, JK Shin, has tipped his proverbial hat about his company’s plans to release a shrunken version of the popular Samsung Galaxy S III in Europe.
As American companies look for more information about their customers, the products they buy and the goods that capture their attention at department stores, more and more of them have started turning to firms located in India.
A federal task force has arrested 91 people, including doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, as part of a widespread Medicare fraud probe.
As voters in some states consider whether or not to legalize marijuana use for medical purposes, both supporters and opponents of the proposition are turning to scientific evidence in order to make their case.
According to a recent reports, Apple has reduced their memory chip order from Samsung, their top competitor and best Frenemy.
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