Jury awards woman with cancer $417 million in baby-powder case against Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson Hit With $417 Million Verdict in Baby Powder Case
A jury awarded a woman with ovarian cancer $417 million Monday in a case against Johnson & Johnson, the latest hit to the pharmaceutical company in widespread litigation over the alleged harms of its baby powder.
The Outlook: Draghi is likely to discuss end of quantitative easing in Jackson Hole return
Mario Draghi Is Likely Lay Out End to Europe’s Quantitative Easing
In his return to the Fed’s symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyo., this week, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is expected to set out the case for ending quantitative easing—the program he introduced at the event three years earlier.
Cambridge University Press removes sensitive articles from Chinese website
Cambridge University Press Removes Articles From Chinese Website
The publishing house of one of the world’s most prestigious universities said it had removed sensitive articles from its Chinese site, heightening concerns about Beijing’s ability to enlist others in its efforts to censor speech.