The coming government takeover of drug pricing comes on the heels of the democratic led effort in congress to demonize drug-company profits and pushes the federal control over how drugs are priced. The Coming Government... read more
Doctors, hospitals and insurers are braced for a possible interruption after the U.S> healthcare system switched to a massive new set of codes for describing illnesses and injuries. Under the new system, health care providers... read more
Railroads lost an agency appeal with the U.S. Department of Transportation in a battle over new crude-by-rail rules that require the installation of expensive new brakes on trains hauling hazardous flammable materials. The Association of... read more...
AstraZeneca has spent billions over the years marketing its Nexium as the ‘purple pill.’ Indian company Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd. has been blocked from selling its generic version of Nexium in the U.S. After AstraZeneca... read more
Although Starkist is not admitting wrongdoing, the company agreed to a class action lawsuit settlement and is offering $25 cash after being accused of not fully filling their cans. Anyone who bought 5 ounce cans... read more
A New Mexico firm has recalled their beef product that was incorrectly produced and shipped with the mark of inspection. The problem was discovered after a friend of an FSIS (U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food... read more
The Wall Street Journal owner says financial data from 3,500 individuals may have been accessed. Dow Jones, a unit of News Corp, has sent letters to individuals whose financial information was potentially accessed and says... read more...
Former pitchman for Subway, Jared Fogle, is to plead guilty to child pornography Fogle was the spokesman for Subway foods for 15 years and was terminated due to this child abuse scandal. Former Subway Pitchman... read more