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Doctors now authorized to write buprenorphine prescriptions to 100 patients can go up to 275 patients under new rules.
Because no one won the Mega Millions jackpot, it will increase to an estimated $508 million for the next drawing on Friday.
The FBI in New York City has undisclosed probes into about 30 suspected insider trading schemes, the agency said.
Trusts are a powerful tool for people to manage assets for themselves, their families and beneficiaries during their lifetime and afterward.
The Department of Energy has failed to make good on some of its most important contractual obligations for years.
Walgreens Boots Alliance reported a 2.4 percent rise in sales, helped by demand for Medicare Part D drugs and non-pharmacy products in the U.S.
Businesses are weighing their options after LGBT advocates renewed calls for boycotts in North Carolina over the 'bathroom bill.'
Wells Fargo's head of real asset strategy, John LaForge, believes the yellow metal is stuck in a "bear super cycle" that will eventually bring it down.
Over the past 10 years, holding a government bond proxy has been far better than maintaining exposure to large-cap stocks.
The days of 16GB iPhones are nearly over. The Verge reports.
Gold rallied to its highest since 2014, as renewed fears over the impact of Britain's exit from the EU pushed investors toward safe havens.
The winning numbers for Tuesday night's $454 million Mega Millions lottery were 29, 46, 53, 64, 73 and 10.
Starbucks prematurely initiated a price hike last week that it had planned to institute on July 12.
Tesla Motors scored over $2 billion in a public offering without disclosing the news of a fatal crash, Fortune reported.
FBI Director James Comey's assessment of Hillary Clinton's email practices appears to clash with what she told CNBC in March.
For Tesla skeptics, the automaker's second-quarter delivery report gave them yet another reason to say "I told you so."
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