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Foes of such deals, in which brand-name drug makers pay rivals to delay selling lower-priced generics, say they violate antitrust laws and drive up costs to consumers.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court said it would decide whether pharmacy companies violate antitrust laws — and drive up costs to consumers — by agreeing to let brand-name drug makers pay rivals to delay selling lower-priced generics.
The software pioneer, accused of entering Guatemala illegally, is moved to a hospital after complaining of chest pain. He’d been dodging police in Belize, who want to question him in a murder case.
Tech pioneer John McAfee’s deportation to Belize, where he is wanted for questioning in connection with a murder investigation, was delayed when he was hospitalized in Guatemala, according to the U.S. Embassy in that country.
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh says it appears the jury miscalculated damages when it awarded Apple $ 1 billion in the case involving the iPhone maker and Samsung.
SAN JOSE — A federal judge signaled Thursday that she might reduce Apple Inc.’s $ 1-billion jury award in its patent infringement case with Samsung Electronics Co.
An appellate panel clears a man who pitched a drug for an unapproved use for it, saying he had a free-speech right to promote other uses. It’s a blow to the FDA.
The Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act makes it illegal to sell a prescription drug for any purpose other than what’s listed on the label.
Ford Motor Co. has been crowing about the huge fuel economy ratings of its Fusion and C-Max hybrids.
Darden Restaurants Inc. won’t be looking as good as expected next week when the restaurant company is set to release its second-quarter earnings, it said Tuesday.