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Judge rules against Johnson & Johnson in landmark opioid case in Oklahoma

Judge rules against Johnson & Johnson in landmark opioid case in Oklahoma

Johnson & Johnson, which was the only defendant in the seven-week trial, said it's going to appeal the decision.

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Shares of pharma companies soar after Johnson & Johnson opioid fine

Shares of pharma companies soar after Johnson & Johnson opioid fine

Shares of pharmaceutical companies surged in after-hours trading following a smaller-than-expected fine for Johnson & Johnson.

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Amazon’s top treasurer leaves the company after 15 years of managing its money

Amazon’s top treasurer leaves the company after 15 years of managing its money

Amazon just lost its top treasurer, who leaves big shoes to fill as the company invests a large chunk of its record cash pile.

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Judge rules against Johnson & Johnson in landmark opioid case in Oklahoma

Judge rules against Johnson & Johnson in landmark opioid case in Oklahoma

Johnson & Johnson, which was the only defendant in the seven-week trial, said it's going to appeal the decision.

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Tim Cook donates nearly $5 million of Apple shares to charity

Tim Cook donates nearly $5 million of Apple shares to charity

Separately, Apple announced on Monday through a Tim Cook tweet that it plans to donate to fight the fires raging in the Amazon rainforest.

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Bernie Sanders pledges to protect news organizations from Google and Facebook dominance

Bernie Sanders pledges to protect news organizations from Google and Facebook dominance

The Democratic presidential candidate said in an op-ed Monday he would appoint officials who would enforce antitrust laws on tech.

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Shares of pharma companies soar after Johnson & Johnson opioid fine

Shares of pharma companies soar after Johnson & Johnson opioid fine

Shares of pharmaceutical companies surged in after-hours trading following a smaller-than-expected fine for Johnson & Johnson.

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China willing to accept higher pain threshold in trade war, Bank of America analyst says

China willing to accept higher pain threshold in trade war, Bank of America analyst says

China's plan to put tariffs on U.S. crude oil shows it has a willingness to take a bigger hit from the trade war than some expected.

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Former Volkswagen Chairman Ferdinand Piech has died, Bild reports

Former Volkswagen Chairman Ferdinand Piech has died, Bild reports

Ferdinand Piech, Volkswagen AG's former chairman and chief executive, who transformed the German carmaker from a regional manufacturer into a global automotive conglomerate, has passed away,...

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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Dish Network, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Beyond Meat & more

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Dish Network, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Beyond Meat & more

Names on the move ahead of the open.

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