Markets Right Now: Early rally mostly fades on Wall Street
Stocks indexes gave up much of an early rally ended with meager gains on Wall Street.
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AveXis and Western Digital jump; Campbell Soup falls
AveXis, Western Digital and Leucadia National climb while Campbell Soup and Bristol-Myers Squibb stumble
Swiss giant Novartis to buy US-based AveXis in $8.7B deal
Swiss pharmaceuticals giant Novartis says it has agreed to buy the U.S.-based gene therapy company AveXis Inc. for $8.7 billion, part of its goal to become a leader in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases
Florida shooting suspect makes 1st court appearance
Nikolas Cruz was denied bond and is being charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder.
About CAR-T leukemia therapy, part of a new wave in cancer treatment
A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel endorsed a new breakthrough therapy for advanced leukemia on Wednesday called CTL019 –- a first-of-its-kind cancer treatment, in an emerging category known as CAR-T immunotherapy. The treatment is the result of a joint effort between the University
Fire knocks out power to part of Boston's mass transit system
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Former Pharmaceutical Exec Who Quit to Care for Ailing Sister Explains ‘Logical’ Decision
Christi Shaw was U.S. president of the pharmaceutical giant Novartis when she stunned the business world by walking away from it all. She did it to care for her older sister, Sherry Whitford, who was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer more than two years ago. Whitford was facing a potentially bleak
The Eye Hospital Saving Lives One Flight at a Time
ABC News' Charli James visits the Orbis Flying Eye Hospital, an ophthalmic facility treating patients and training doctors inside an airplane.