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$1,000 Hepatitis Pill Is Debated

$1,000 Hepatitis Pill Is Debated
A $1,000-per-pill drug that insurers are reluctant to pay for has quickly become the treatment of choice for a liver-wasting viral disease that affects more than 3 million Americans.
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Chief Customer Officers' Clout Grows
The position of chief customer officer is becoming "a staple of modern business" as companies look for new ways to sell, increase revenues and beat the competition, a new study finds.
China Puts Microsoft Under the Lens
Stepping up regulatory pressure on foreign technology companies, China's anti-monopoly agency has announced an investigation of Microsoft. The probe highlights China's distrust of U.S. tech.
Zillow-Trulia: Digital Ad Juggernaut
The $3.5-billion acquisition deal recently announced for Zillow to buy Trulia creates a digital advertising juggernaut that could control more than 70 percent of online real estate searches.
Rhapsody Hits 2 Million Subscribers
Streaming music company Rhapsody, a major Spotify competitor, reached 2 million paying subscribers -- a milestone that comes as the firm looks to countries other than the U.S. for growth.
FTC Wants Fix for Mobile Cramming
Overcharges are 'the perfect scam'.
U.S. Firms Fish for Growth Overseas
Tech trendsetters are going abroad.
Competition Spurs Ultra-Fast Internet
Gigabit broadband push is underway.
Google Buys Streaming Site Twitch
Service will be folded into YouTube.
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