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Insys files for bankruptcy, overcome by opioid liabilities

NEW YORK – Insys Therapeutics Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection after agreeing to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to settle a related probe...
JOHNSON & JOHNSON, the world’s largest maker of health care products, said it expects growth to slow or halt this year. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/GABBY JONES

J&J sees slowing 2019 growth in a warning to health care...

NEW YORK - Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest maker of health care products, said it expects growth to slow or halt this year, a...
STUDENT LOANS are being issued at unprecedented rates as more American students pursue higher education. Meanwhile, the cost of tuition at both private and public institutions is touching all-time highs and interest rates on student loans are rising. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL OKONIEWSKI

America’s student loan debt crisis is about to get much worse

NEW YORK - While Wall Street and U.S. President Donald Trump tout news of a booming stock market and low unemployment, college students may be quick...

Cash-strapped Americans are willing to leverage their homes to pay the...

As U.S. household debt rises and wages stagnate, millions of Americans are thinking about tapping into home equity to keep up with day-to-day expenses.Twenty-four...
ACCORDING TO a new HSBC survey, United States students spend an average of 4.2 hours a day working paid jobs, which is more than double the time they spend in the library, nearly two hours more than they spend in class and 1.4 hours more time than they spend studying at home. / BLOOMBERG NEWS

U.S. students spend more time working paid jobs than going to...

NEW YORK - Haunted by costly degrees and insurmountable student debt, American college students now spend more time working paid jobs than in lectures, the library...
SHOPPERS USE SMARTPHONES at the Easton Town Center Mall in Columbus, Ohio.The digitally native GenZ cohort is predicted to change the face of the U.S, economy in the coming years, perhaps no more so than in the retail and cash management arenas. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

Move over millennials, it’s Gen Z’s turn to kill off industries

NEW YORK – Millennials have been accused of killing so many products and industries – taxis, landlines, snail mail – that it’s become a...
DESPITE RISING WAGES and increasing employment, Americans are not increasing their savings. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/PATRICK T. FALLON

Despite job gains and wage growth, Americans aren’t saving

NEW YORK - Despite recent job gains, rising wages and falling unemployment, almost a quarter of Americans said they still have no emergency savings, according to...
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