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The Food and Drug Administration hopes hospitals and clinics will vote with their pocketbooks, buying supplies from pharmacies regulated under new powers just given to the agency.Congress passed a law last month giving the FDA authority to regulate some so-called compounding pharmacies.
It will be the biggest thing ever sent to sea, but as the Prelude FLNG vessel was launched on Tuesday, plans were already under way for something bigger.
Whatever dreams and aspirations people may have for their retirement, one goal usually tops the list: Don't run out of money."People want a 100 percent chance of not outliving their money," said certified financial planner David John Marotta, founder and president of Marotta Wealth Management.
The bloody civil war in Syria is having yet another impact: The nation is now considered one of the most corrupt in the world, according to newly released data from the anti-corruption group Transparency International.
For many workers, the holiday season means making a list, checking it twice — and trying to decide whether to put your boss on it.
The federal government may say it has improved HealthCare.gov but insurers say they are not so sure. And customers signing up for health insurance need to make sure they really are covered. The key? Look for the orange pop-up notice.Lots of people may be in that position.
SAN FRANCISCO — Apple has acquired social media search and analytics startup Topsy, an unusual purchase for a hardware-focused company that has made few forays into social networking.
Patience is a virtue, especially when it comes to holiday shopping.The retail industry is still crunching the numbers on how the kickoff weekend fared, a task made more complicated this year by the spillover of Black Friday into Thanksgiving and the growth of online and mobile shopping.
Black Friday weekend sales may have been down a disappointing 2.9 percent this year, according to a survey from the National Retail Federation — but Black Friday shopping fights were booming, at least on social media.
U.S. stocks declined on Monday, with the Dow and S&P 500 retreating after an eight-week winning stretch, as investors took a cautious stance ahead of Friday's jobs report while considering a mixed start to the holiday shopping season.
Apple could be Christmas shopping's big winner, with consumer surveys and an analysis of tweets showing massive interest in iPads and iPhones.
I’ve written four posts on health insurance recently, and there are more to come. I have been trying to get a sense of what I am buying, of how many options I have to consider, of how much it will cost and of how I can explain my choices to my workers. This has been extraordinarily complex.
Could there be a happy ending, or more appropriately, a happy new beginning, for Saab?After a shutdown of more than 2 ½ years that saw the Swedish car maker go bankrupt, new owners have fired up the assembly line and rolled out a new Saab 9-3 Aero.
With the holidays approaching, sellers often wonder if they should keep their properties on the market or take them off. Or if they haven’t listed their homes yet, should they wait until after the first of the year? Maybe hold off until spring?
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos called it an Octocopter, but it was also a great way to deliver publicity.On CBS's "60 Minutes" Sunday night, Bezos said the ecommerce site is testing a program where drones will deliver packages weighing up to five pounds in 30 minutes.
The idea of a floating island for the rich seems to bubble up every year or so.There was the project called the "WHY 58X38," a 10,000-square-foot motorized island announced in 2010 that could rove around the world with its own beach and pool.
College savings plans are better deals than they were a few years ago, but there are still a few clunkers out there. If you're invested in one, now may be the time to think about making a change. Each fall, investment research firm Morningstar singles out the nation's best 529 college savings plans.
Nearly a half century since seatbelts were first made mandatory in U.S. cars, experts credit those and other safety devices with slashing the annual death toll on American roadways.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to tackle the long-standing question of whether Internet retailers like Amazon.com should be required to collect sales taxes in states where they have no physical presence. In a case brought by Amazon and Overstock.