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Mylan Is Still Ridiculously Cheap And Could Have About 50% Upside – Seeking Alpha

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Seeking Alpha

Mylan Is Still Ridiculously Cheap And Could Have About 50% Upside
Seeking Alpha
Mylan (NASDAQ:MYL) investors were faced with a relatively ugly headline on Friday after the close as it was announced that an EpiPen recall that the company was already undergoing was to be expanded to the United States due to malfunctioning EpiPens.
There’s A Nationwide EpiPen Recall & You Need To Check If Yours Is AffectedBustle
Anti-allergy medicine EpiPen recall expands to UScbs19.tv

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Privacy concern raised over search service on Verizon phones – Washington Post

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Washington Post

Privacy concern raised over search service on Verizon phones
Washington Post
NEW YORK — Is Verizon planning to spy on its customers? You might conclude that it is after reading Verizon’s privacy policy on an upcoming AppFlash service, which promises easier access to search and apps on Android phones. The policy says Verizon …
EFF: Verizon will install spyware on all its Android phones (update)Engadget
Verizon’s Use of AppFlash Software Sure Sounds Like Another Dirty, Privacy Invading Bloatware Bonanza (Updated)Droid Life (press release) (blog)
EFF withdraws Verizon spyware claimsCNET
BetaNews –Threatpost –Tom’s Hardware –PhoneDog
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Anthem likely to retreat from ACA for 2018, analysts say – Martinsville Bulletin

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Anthem likely to retreat from ACA for 2018, analysts say
Martinsville Bulletin
Anthem Inc. is likely to pull back from the Affordable Care Act’s individual insurance markets in a big way next year, according to a report from analysts who said they met with the company, a move that could limit coverage options for consumers at a
Wall Street analyst says Anthem is likely to exit many Obamacare exchangesWashington Post
Big Obamacare insurer Anthem seen as ‘leaning toward exiting’ many areas where it now sells plansCNBC
Trump Is Right: The ObamaCare Exchanges Are Racing Toward A CrisisInvestor’s Business Daily
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April Fools’ 2017 roundup: The pranks start early this year – Computerworld

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Computerworld

April Fools’ 2017 roundup: The pranks start early this year
Computerworld
It is April 1, which means pranks abound all over the interwebs. We here at Computerworld are taking one for the team, doing the hard work of researching the best pranks around so that we can share them with you. It is a thankless job, but somebody’s
April Fools’ 2017: Here’s the best and worst of this year’s pranks (so far)TechCrunch
The 13 Best April Fools’ Day Pranks of 2017Slate Magazine (blog)
April Fools 2017: Some of the best jokes around the worldBBC News
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SpaceX to launch “silliest thing we can imagine” on debut Falcon Heavy – Ars Technica

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SpaceX to launch “silliest thing we can imagine” on debut Falcon Heavy
Ars Technica
To save funds, the company plans to employ two used Falcon 9 cores as side boosters. Eric Berger – 4/2/2017, 12:13 PM. reader comments. Share this story. Artist’s conception of a Falcon Heavy launch. SpaceX. Clearing the tower. SpaceX. SpaceX has …
Things we learned after SpaceX’s historic Falcon 9 relaunch and landingUSA TODAY
Elon Musk is changing the rules of space travelCNN
Space tourism aims for rebound on Space CoastFlorida Today
Phys.Org –KRIS Corpus Christi News –SpaceNews –Spaceflight Now
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