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Why Esperion Shares Are Down 18% Today

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Why Esperion Shares Are Down 18% Today
Shares of Esperion Therapeutics are down 18% to about $83 in pre-market trading this morning. I explained this in my story on yesterday's Food and Drug Administration advisory committee meeting on Regeneron's cholesterol drug Praluent, but it seems worth re-iterating the reason here. Esperion is developing a pill, ETC-1002, that can [...] Read More >
Matthew Herper , Forbes Staff

Review: 'Jurassic World' Is Not Quite Dino-Mite
Thumbnail: This fourth Jurassic Park installment is a suitably entertaining sequel. It gets the job done, but it barely scratches the surface of its surprisingly potent subtexts. The Box Office: Disclaimer: My (older) son got sent home with a fever yesterday (he's doing okay), so I took what time I had to actually craft [...] Read More >
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Review - 'Jurassic World' Roars New Life Into Franchise
Sometimes I really love being wrong. When the first trailer for this week's "big lizard in our backyard" blockbuster Jurassic World dropped several months ago, my reaction was decidedly mixed. Riding a motorcycle with a pack of trained velociraptors? Really? Ouch. At least, that's what I thought at the time. I argued repeatedly with [...] Read More >
Mark Hughes , Contributor

Forbes Announces 2015 List Of The World's 100 Highest-Paid Athletes
Mayweather, Woods and Now Pacquiao are the Only Athletes to Earn Nine-Figures in One Year New York, NY (June 10, 2015) – Forbes released the annual ranking of the World’s 100 Highest-Paid Athletes. The top 100 athletes earned a total of $3.2 billion over the last 12 months, which is a [...] Read More >
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Microsoft's Gigantic 84-Inch Surface Hub Will Cost $20,000
Microsoft hasn't had a whole lot of luck in getting its Windows operating system into the mobile world. But with the upcoming Windows 10, the Redmond, Wash-based software giant is still trying to figure out exactly how to fit into the next generation of devices. At a Windows 10 event last January, Microsoft announced [...] Read More >
Aaron Tilley , Forbes Staff

With $300 Million Haul, Floyd Mayweather Tops Forbes' 2015 List Of The World's Highest-Paid Athletes
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With $300 Million Haul, Floyd Mayweather Tops Forbes' 2015 List Of The World's Highest-Paid Athletes
The 100 highest-paid athletes earned $3.2 billion over the last 12 months, up 17% from the prior year. Mayweather's record payday is two-and-a-half times the previous high set by Tiger Woods in 2008.
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The World's Highest-Paid Athletes 2015: Behind The Numbers
The World's 100 Highest-Paid Athletes broken down by sport, country, sponsors and more. Read More >
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