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Pfizer accuses Johnson & Johnson of 'anticompetitive practices' in lawsuit

Pfizer filed a lawsuit against fellow pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson over "anticompetitive practices" with the drug Remicade.        

Looking for auto insurance? Here are 6 things you need to know

Let's break down the basics of car insurance so you’re better able to find the right coverage for you. Here are six things you need to know.        

494,000 Ram trucks recalled for fire hazard

Fiat Chrysler recalls almost half a million Ram medium- and heavy-duty pickup trucks over a water pump issue that could cause a fire.        

Employment tips: 10 of the most useful apps for nurses

There are apps out there geared toward making the info part of nurses’ lives a little easier to learn and remember.        

The one big thing economist Shiller says is preventing a 1929-like stock market crash

The stock market bears striking similarities to 1929. Economist Robert Shiller is not predicting an epic stock market crash and is instead optimistic.        

Walmart relies on its own workers for the holidays

Walmart relies on its own workers for the holidays        

Slumping yogurt, cereal sales spoil General Mills' performance

Plummeting yogurt sales continued to spoil the performance of General Mills, which is also reeling from declining interest in cereal and snacks.        

Need to send something from Amazon back? Some Kohl's to offer free returns

Kohl's will start accepting returns for Amazon at some of its stores in Los Angeles and Chicago starting next month.        

Budget, save, even win money with today's prepaid cards

Prepaid cards can be used for budgeting and saving money as well as spending.        

As retailers close, thrift stores and consignment reach customers on Facebook, Instagram

The resale market is resilient as stores use Facebook and Instagram to connect with shoppers.        

Consumer sentiment stat hints that bull market may be stalling out

65% of people believe stock prices will go up in the next year, according to a consumer sentiment survey. That's the highest level on record.        

Retailers could have a Merry Xmas after a rough year

Consultancy Deloitte is forecasting that retail sales — not counting cars and gasoline — will increase 4% to 4.5% from November to January.        

Why state AGs are targeting drug companies over opioids

Attorneys general across the country are demanding information from pharmaceutical companies in an ongoing investigation into prescription drug abuse.        

International Energy Agency: Oil price spike coming in 2020

The world could be heading for an oil supply crunch in a few years due to the sharp fall in industry spending.        

N.J. firm fined for allegedly scamming NFL vets, 9/11 first responders

Top Notch Funding and its officials misled borrowers about the cost of loans and how quickly the funds would be available, consumer watchdog alleged        

Bed Bath and Beyond shares tumble after worse-than-expected sales

Bed Bath and Beyond reported a same-store sales decrease of 2.6%. Analysts had expected a decrease of 0.7%.        

Toys R Us' post-bankruptcy plan is to make stores 'interactive' play spaces

Toys R Us plans to close some stores and remake others into "interactive spaces," remaking its image after filing for bankruptcy protection.        

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