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FDA approves generic form of $750 pill Daraprim

FDA approves generic form of $750 pill Daraprim - CNN

Hand sanitizer supplies falling dramatically in wake of coronavirus

Hand sanitizer supplies falling dramatically in wake of coronavirus - KOMO News

Powered by hydrogen, Hyundai’s trucks aim to conquer the Swiss Alps

FRANKFURT/ZURICH (Reuters) - Hyundai’s hydrogen-powered 18-tonne trucks are set to hit the roads in Switzerland next month as the South Korean automaker looks to establish a case for its zero-emissions technology in a low carbon world. Invented nearly two c…

U.S. stock futures point to further sharp declines as Asia follows Wall Street plunge

U.S. stock futures fell sharply on Friday, a day after major benchmarks pushed into correction territory as investor fears heightened over just how much damage the fast-spreading coronavirus will wreak on the global economy. How are major benchmarks trading?…

European stocks fall another 4.2% and sink further into correction territory as coronavirus grips markets

European stocks extended a historic week of losses on Friday as the coronavirus outbreak continues to pummel global markets into correction territory. The pan-European Stoxx 600 fell 3.3% by late morning, paring back some of its earlier losses. Basic resourc…

Price of Bitcoin Drops After $150 Million Liquidated on BitMEX

Today the cryptocurrency market saw a huge drop in the price of Bitcoin (BTC).  According to the data analytics provider Skew on Feb. 26, over $150 million worth of Bitcoin was liquidated on the trading exchange BitMEX, the most seen since the new year began…

Coronavirus fears send face-mask prices skyrocketing, prompt warnings about price gouging

Days after the Centers and Disease Control and Prevention warned about a potential coronavirus pandemic and spread of the virus through communities in the United States, prices for protective face masks have skyrocketed. After some sellers on Amazon marked u…

Panera Bread is launching a coffee subscription for $8.99 a month

Panera Bread customers can soon drink as much of the chain's coffee and tea as they want, all for $8.99 per month. The subscription program launching on Thursday comes after the sandwich chain overhauled its breakfast and coffee offerings last year with new …