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  • Nasdaq stocks posting largest percentage increases

    A look at the 10 biggest percentage gainers on Nasdaq at the close of trading: Ardelyx Inc. rose 33.7 percent to $19.00. Lakeland Industries Inc. rose 29.6 percent to $9.01. Angie's List Inc. rose 19.2 ...

  • US sharply criticizes new Israeli housing project
    US sharply criticizes new Israeli housing project

    WASHINGTON (AP) — In a striking public rebuke, the Obama administration warned Israel on Wednesday that plans for a controversial new housing project in east Jerusalem would distance Israel from "even its closest allies" and raise questions about its commitment to seeking peace with Palestinians.

  • Doctors Net Billions From Drug Firms
    Doctors Net Billions From Drug Firms

    The 2010 Affordable Care Act included a provision dubbed the Sunshine Act, which requires manufacturers of drugs and medical devices to disclose the payments they make to physicians and teaching hospitals each year for services such as consulting or research. The database revealed some eye-popping totals, such as the $122.5 million paid by Roche Holding AG's Genentech unit to City of Hope medical center in Duarte, Calif., as royalties on sales of several products including blockbuster cancer treatments Herceptin and Avastin. Genentech licensed patents from City of Hope based on research the medical center conducted in the early 1980s. The company said that excluding the City of Hope royalties, about 85% of the physician payments it reported to CMS were focused on drug research.

  • Advanced iOS virus targeting Hong Kong protesters: security firm
    Advanced iOS virus targeting Hong Kong protesters: security firm

    BOSTON (Reuters) - Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a computer virus that spies on Apple Inc's iOS operating system for the iPhone and iPad, and they believe it is targeting pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The malicious software, known as Xsser, is capable of stealing text messages, photos, call logs, passwords and other data from Apple mobile devices, researchers with Lacoon Mobile Security said on Tuesday. They uncovered the spyware while investigating similar malware for Google Inc's Android operating system last week that also targeted Hong Kong protesters. ...

  • The best and worst outcomes for the Hong Kong protesters
    The best and worst outcomes for the Hong Kong protesters

    If Chinese authorities were smart, they'd let the protesters holler until they're hoarse.

  • Hong Kong protests hit China's National Day: Live Report
    Hong Kong protests hit China's National Day: Live Report

    Hong Kong (AFP) - 07:38 GMT - 'We are not Tibet or Xinjiang' - Edward Chin, a financier and prominent Occupy organiser, is in bullish mood today. He's been speaking to AFP reporter Annabel Symington and believes the police know violence would lead to a backlash from the Hong Kong public.

  • Secret Service chief Pierson resigns amid security breach scandal
    Secret Service chief Pierson resigns amid security breach scandal

    U.S. Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, appointed to fix the embattled agency in the wake of several scandals, has resigned after a dramatic Sept. 19 incident in which a fence-jumper got deep into the White House before being stopped.

  • Apple's iOS 8 causing Bluetooth connectivity issues: MacRumors

    (Reuters) - Apple Inc's new mobile operating system iOS8 is causing significant issues for some users who connect their phones to cars via Bluetooth, reports Apple news blog MacRumors, citing reports on Apple's Support forums and its own user forums. It appears that following an upgrade to iOS 8, or after purchasing a new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, users seem to be having trouble pairing their phones to their car audio systems, MacRumors posted in a blog. (http://bit. ...

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