(Reuters) – The extended shutdown of a sister company of the pharmacy at the center of the deadly U.S. meningitis outbreak may exacerbate drug shortages for some hospitals and healthcare providers as the number of infection cases neared 300, U.S. … Continue reading
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Alarm grew over the unrelenting Midwest drought on Tuesday, as one of the top corporate leaders in agriculture warned that the government must act quickly to reduce the amount of corn going to ethanol to prevent a … Continue reading
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A U.S. distributor of phony vials of the widely-used cancer drug Avastin aroused suspicion at doctor’s offices as early as July, well before health regulators issued their own warning and sparked new alarm over counterfeit medicines.
SINGAPORE — Oil prices jumped to near $ 101 a barrel Tuesday in Asia amid concerns that rising tensions between Western powers and Iran could lead to crude supply disruptions. Benchmark crude for February delivery rose $ 1.71 to $ … Continue reading
YAKKAGHUND, Pakistan (Reuters) – NATO helicopters and fighter jets attacked two military outposts in northwest Pakistan Saturday, killing as many as 28 troops and plunging U.S.-Pakistan relations deeper into crisis.
YAKKAGHUND, Pakistan (Reuters) – NATO helicopters and fighter jets attacked two military outposts in northwest Pakistan on Saturday, killing as many as 28 troops and plunging U.S.-Pakistan relations deeper into crisis.
NEW YORK — Oil prices were a little lower Wednesday, holding around $ 88 per barrel after a mixed reading about U.S. energy demand. Benchmark crude fell 50 cents to $ 88.05 per barrel in midday trading in New York. … Continue reading