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Trump Again Blames ‘Both Sides’ in Virginia

President Donald Trump, in a combative news conference, said “both sides” were to blame in violent weekend clashes in Charlottesville, Va., a day after putting the responsibility squarely on white nationalists. 4608in 15 hours

CEOs Rethink Ties With White House

President Donald Trump’s response to the weekend violence in Charlottesville, Va., has sparked soul-searching in U.S. corporate boardrooms over whether they should keep working closely with the White House. 343in 15 hours

CBO: Health Premiums Would Jump If ACA Subsidies End

Premiums for middle-priced plans on ACA’s individual market would climb by 20% in 2018 if the government halted payments to insurers under the health law, the Congressional Budget Office estimated. 420in 14 hours

Akzo Nobel Strikes Agreement With Elliott After Dispute

Akzo Nobel reached a truce with Elliott Management giving the activist investor board representation following a monthslong standoff over Elliott’s push to force the Dutch chemicals company into talks over a $28 billion takeover bid. in a day

The Innovator’s Dilemma: When Customers Won’t Pay for Better

For almost a century, pharmaceutical giant Novo Nordisk rolled out new versions of its core product at higher prices. Then suddenly, governments and insurers decided the older, less expensive versions were good enough. 92in 5 hours

Moore, Strange Head to Runoff in Alabama GOP Senate Primary

Evangelical conservative Roy Moore was leading in a special Senate election, out-polling Sen. Luther Strange despite support for the incumbent from President Trump and the GOP establishment in Washington. in 17 hours

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