June 4, 2014

Many cancer treatments are extraordinarily expensive. Some drugs can cost up to a hundred thousand dollars a year and those costs can go up as much as 15% annually. But, new research is taking a second look at profitable prescriptions, and whether increasing access to care may be better for health providers’ bottom lines in the long run. Chuck Coppola reports.

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    Todd Horwitz of Average Joe Optionshas a roundup of high profile stocks including NFLX, TSLA and AMZN.

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    SurePayroll General Manager Andy Roe looks at what small business owners have to be happy about.

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    Matt Cavanaugh of CMZ Trading buys the dips on WSM, and tells us about his hopes for DOW.

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    Financial news, analysis and today’s investment ideas.

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    August 27, 2014

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    Chuck Coppola investigates the ridiculous reason why passengers aboard a United Airlines plane forced an unscheduled stop.

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