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Amazon Rx Disrupter – WSJ

29th June 2018 19:34 ET Amazon has redesigned retail by acquiring the Apple founder Steve Jobs The dictum to show consumers what they want before they know they want it – and then bring it to them quickly. CEO Jeff Bezos Now he is betting that he can use this strategy to disrupt the pharmacy business that could benefit the …

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Officials arrested a man who threatened FCC leader Ajit Pai's family about net neutrality

Authorities have arrested and indicted a 33-year-old man in Los Angeles for allegedly emailing death threats to the family of Federal Communications Commissioner Ajit Pai Markara Man admitted to federal officials he sent her the threat last December because he was "mad" about the FCC's attempt to lift its net neutrality rules and scare Pai according to court documents. Man …

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What the new California Data Protection Act means for you – The Mercury News

Facebook. Yahoo. Equifax. Millions of consumers have seen time and again that companies they trust have acknowledged their personal and financial information, that data has been hacked, stolen or otherwise used without their permission. But California's new Consumer Privacy Act has been adopted This week, consumers will be given unprecedented power to protect their data and hold companies accountable for …

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Another motorcycle manufacturer is thinking about relocating production overseas

A Minnesota-based company said Friday it would consider delaying production of some motorcycles due to European tariffs just days after Harley-Davidson announced a similar move A spokeswoman for Polaris Industries admitted Company could move some production of its Indian motorcycles from northwest Iowa to Poland. "Nothing is definite," said Polaris spokeswoman Jess Rogers. "We're going to look at a series …

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Medicare spent 2B on a drug. Pharmaceutical manufacturers paid doctors millions

More than 80% of physicians using Medicare 2016 for H.P. Acthar Gel, a drug best known for treating rare infant complaints, received money or other benefits from drug manufacturers, according to a CNN analysis by publicly identified prescribers. The analysis directed to physicians, which more than 10 part D claims, the pharmaceutical companies Mallinckrodt and Questcor between 2013 and 2016, …

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