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When Stephen Breyer, President Bill Clinton’s second appointment to the Supreme Court, was sworn in as an associate justice at a White House ceremony in 1994, Justice Antonin Scalia came up to me, put his arm around my shoulder, and said with a bright, mischievous smile, “First Ruth, and now Steve? Cass, it’s ALMOST enough to make me vote Democrat.” more
CVS Health Corp. was accused in a lawsuit by pharmacy customers of intentionally overcharging for generic prescription drugs by submitting claims for payment to third parties at inflated prices. more
(Updated 3:34 p.m. and 5:04 p.m.) Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin last week called on state Health Insurance Commissioner Dr. Kathleen C. Hittner to reconsider a decision to approve a 10 percent health insurance rate hike for certain Blue Cross & Blue Shield plans, saying her decision to do so lacked transparency and reason. more
The R.I. Commerce Corp. has agreed to a $12.5 million proposed settlement with several defendants involved in the pending 38 Studios lawsuit. more
Tom Brady said he’s disappointed his four-game suspension wasn’t overturned by National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell. The reigning Super Bowl Most Valuable Player also said the dispute about his destroyed cell phone was manufactured by the league to overshadow its lack of proof of his involvement in the New England Patriots’ deflated- ball controversy. more
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission wants to show it can be trusted with a potent weapon: The ability to act as prosecutor, judge and jury in its pursuit of financial miscreants. more
Secretary of State William F. Galvin charged Fidelity Brokerage Service LLC of Boston with “dishonest and unethical behavior” for allowing unregistered investment advisers to conduct business. more
An inside look at the build-up of the housing and credit crash that culminated in the Great Recession. W. W. Norton & Co. ISBN 9780393338829 | $28 more
(Updated 1:33 p.m.) The National Football League was found to have acted within its authority in benching New England’s star quarterback Tom Brady for four games for allegedly using underinflated footballs in a playoff game. more
Barnes Building & Management Group is facing a proposed fine of $59,290 from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration in connection with a structural steel collapse at Bryant University in September that injured six workers. more
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