EpiPen shortage raises alarm for parents as kids head back to school

EpiPens have been in short supply for months, but the problem became especially acute with back-to-school season. (Jim Bourg/Reuters) Jim Davis, whose 8-year-old daughter, Maggie, suffers from a peanut allergy, was startled to learn that his Walgreens pharmacy did not have a single EpiPen available and wouldn’t have them in stock until well after school…

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Hold the Bubbly, Mr. President: Youth Jobs Are Far From Record

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Trump calls on regulators to consider changing how often companies must report earnings

President Trump speaks during a Cabinet meeting at the White House on Thursday. (Andrew Harnik/AP) President Trump called on financial regulators Friday to consider allowing public companies to share information with investors less often, a potentially major shake-up of how corporate America operates. “That would allow greater flexibility & save money,” Trump said in a…

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Harley-Davidson: Don’t Hop On This Bike Just Yet

This article has been written by Olivier Gélinas for Dividend Stocks Rock. After delivering more than expected in its Q2 earnings report, Harley-Davidson (HOG) also announced promising plans for its upcoming motorcycle lineup. There is simply one problem to all those well-built forecasts that makes everything questionable. That is politics. If any of you recently…

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