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Chicago Tribune
US FDA approves Gilead cancer gene therapy; price set at $373000
Reuters
(Reuters) - U.S. regulators approved on Wednesday a new therapy for a type of lymphoma, which was developed by Gilead Science Inc's Kite Pharma, marking the second approval for this potentially revolutionary approach to fighting cancer. FILE PHOTO: ...

Bloomberg
AmEx CEO Chenault to Exit, Succeeded by Vice Chairman Squeri
Bloomberg
American Express Co. Chief Executive Officer Kenneth Chenault is stepping down after 16 years running the credit-card lender and will be replaced by Steve Squeri. Chenault, 66, will stay on until Feb. 1, the New York-based firm said Wednesday in a ...

MarketWatch
China stocks extend declines as growth slows; Nikkei aims at two-decade high
MarketWatch
Chinese equities extended their declines after the nation reported slower growth in the third quarter, with markets there underperforming compared with broad gains across the Asia-Pacific region. Data released Thursday showed China's economic expansion ...

Reuters
Ford to recall 1.34 million trucks in North America for door latch fix
Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday it would recall 1.34 million 2015-17 Ford F-150 and 2017 Ford Super Duty trucks in North America to add water shields to side door latches at a cost of $267 million. FILE PHOTO: An airplane flies ...

Quartz
The “Black Monday” market crash 30 years ago today was so bad hospital admissions spiked
Quartz
Precisely 30 years ago today, on Oct. 19, 1987, stock markets around the world suffered one of their worst days ever, in what became known as Black Monday. After a long-running rally, the crash began in Asia, picked up steam in London and ultimately ...

Business Insider
Former GE CEO Jeff Immelt used to have an empty private jet fly next to his — just in case there were delays
Business Insider
The former GE CEO used to have an empty private plane follow his own on trips, the Wall Street Journal's Thomas Gryta and Joann S. Lublin report in a story about the new CEO's cost cutting efforts. The extra jet was meant as a spare in case the primary ...

New York Times
In Amazon Bid, New York Brags About, Well, Everything
New York Times
Manhattan's West Side is one of the neighborhoods that New York City is pushing as a possible location for Amazon's second headquarters. Credit Edward Caruso for The New York Times. The Empire State Building, 4 Times Square, 1 World Trade Center ...

Seeking Alpha
Tesla: Supercharger Advantage Is Evaporating.
Seeking Alpha
China is at the front of a wave of new EV charging stations coming online by 2020. A new standard charging plug design has forced Tesla to modify new Models S and X vehicles for Chinese export. In recent articles, from both outside and within SA ...

Fortune
Blue Apron Is Laying Off Hundreds of Workers After a Tough Few Months
Fortune
Vegetables from a Blue Apron Holdings Inc. meal-kit delivery are arranged for a photograph in Tiskilwa, Ill. on June 14, 2017. Dan Acker—Bloomberg/Getty Images. It disclosed Wednesday in a regulatory filing that it would layoff 6% of its workforce.

CNNMoney
Market strategist Marc Faber under fire for racist remarks
CNNMoney
Faber, who is well known for his market pessimism and often referred to as "Dr. Doom," said in the October edition of his "Gloom, Boom & Doom Report" that it's a good thing white people colonized America. "Thank God white people populated America, and ...

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