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Jim Cramer gave his take on how shareholders should play the proxy battle occurring between Procter & Gamble and Nelson Peltz.
Jim Cramer says the case of Zimmer Biomet proves that leadership shakeups are not always negative for the companies involved.
Jim Cramer looks ahead to the important stocks and events of a week that he says will define the rest of the quarter.
John Neill said Shkreli waited nearly half a year to tell him his investment stake had dropped more than 40 percent.
Republicans are going to be eager to pass a big tax cut or they're going to get shellacked next year in the mid-term elections, Steve Forbes told CNBC.
The 80-year-old John McCain underwent surgery and President Donald Trump wants him back to vote on health care.
Corey Massella said the accounting firm resigned from working for Retrophin after getting abusive emails from Shkreli about their work.
A delay on considering an Obamacare replacement bill after Sen. John McCain's surgery could be good for those opposing the plan.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell's political ambitions could drive him to wreck the legislative body he loves, says Andrew Prokop.
The Senate's plan to repeal and replace Obamacare must follow this procedure for success, Vox reports.
Republicans' health care bill will cost Alaska Medicaid recipients about $3 billion, Vox reports.
Americans don't like the way President Donald Trump is going about changing the health-care system, a poll says.
Eight to 10 Republican U.S. senators have serious concerns about Republican health-care legislation to roll back Obamacare, said Republican Senator Susan Collins.
The dollar has tumbled, but analysts weren’t pointing to weaker-than-expected U.S. inflation. Instead, they fingered a “Trump discount."
Unicorns are mythical for a reason.
Martin Shkreli "doesn't seem to see other people as important if they don't fit into the scheme of what he wants," said Retrophin's CEO.
Some Medicare beneficiaries are being prescribed opioids by 10 or more doctors, Propublica reports.
Medicare generally doesn't cover those costs of home-based care or nursing homes, N.Y. Times reports.
A few politicians wanted to spend more money and they got what they wanted, Grover Norquist says.
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