Dec 6- U.S. regulators on Friday approved Gilead Sciences Inc's Sovaldi, also known as sofosbuvir, as a potential cure for chronic infection with the liver-destroying hepatitis C virus. Most patients will be treated with the $7,000- a-week drug for 12 weeks, resulting in a total price of $84,000, according to Gilead spokeswoman Cara Miller.» Read More
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A U.S. appeals court rejected Apple's request to fast-track its bid for a sales ban on several Samsung Electronics phones.
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Fred Smith, FedEx chairman & CEO, discusses jobs creation and the importance for companies to remain innovative.
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Kevin Michaluk, CrackBerry.com founder & editor in chief, explains what has him so excited about BlackBerry's new smartphone.
Israel Ganot, Gazelle president, co-founder and CEO, shares his thoughts on why the amount of BlackBerry trade-ins has doubled over the past month.
John Sculley, former Apple CEO, discusses three things that RIM needs to do to turnaround the company. "A lot of it is going to be about pricing," Sculley added.
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Drew Olanoff, TechCrunch write; and Rocco Pendola,TheStreet.com writer, discuss whether Apple is still on top of the innovation heap or losing ground to its competitors.
Twitter blames "human error" for pornographic video slipping into Vine's "Editor's Picks" section.
Sydney Finkelstein, Tuck School of Business; and Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, discuss Apple's slip in dominance under the leadership of Tim Cook, and how the company can regain its innovative lead.
Twitter released Vine, a new application for quick video sharing, and the app may already be butting heads with rival Facebook.
Jon Prideaux, chief business officer at Boku, discusses his company's partnerships with mobile carriers and how clients are able to make direct-to-bill mobile payments.