domingo, 11 de fevereiro de 2018

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Wells Fargo Fumbles Efforts to Repay Aggrieved Customers

Wells Fargo Fumbles Efforts to Repay Aggrieved Customers

Slip-ups impede Wells Fargo’s efforts to compensate people who were charged improper fees after the Fed penalized it for its sales-practice misconduct 50

Trump: Democrats Must ‘Re-Do’ Memo They Seek to Release

The Trump administration said the memo aiming to rebut allegations of improper surveillance against Carter Page would create “significant” national security concerns. 3759

New, Old Headaches to Greet Tillerson on Middle East Trip

A rare confrontation between Israel and Syria’s Iran-backed military added unexpected new complications to plans by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for a five-city trip through the Middle East, where he already was set to confront strains.

Experimental Drug Promises to Kill the Flu Virus in a Day

As Americans suffer through the worst influenza outbreak in almost a decade, a Japanese drugmaker says it has developed a pill that can kill the virus within a day. But even if the experimental drug lives up to the claim, it likely won’t be available in the U.S. until next year at the earliest. 52

North Korea Invites South’s Leader to Pyongyang—and Creates a Dilemma for Allies

The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang for a summit, a dramatic gesture that came just hours after the two countries’ athletes marched into the Olympic opening ceremony together. 241

Purdue Pharma to Stop Promoting OxyContin to U.S. Doctors

Privately held drug company Purdue Pharma said it would stop promoting the drug to doctors and cut its U.S. sales staff as it faces growing legal scrutiny amid an opioid-addiction crisis.

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