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It has been a brutal year in the hunt for a diagnosis for Alzheimer’s — here’s where researchers are looking now (BIIB, VTVT, MRK, LLY, ROG, AZN)

AP/Alastair Grant The hunt for an Alzheimer’s illness diagnosis has been catastrophic for the past 14 years.  The latest disaster came in September, when Axovant pronounced it failed a pivotal late-stage hearing for its drug, intepirdine.  Alzheimer’s affects more than 5 million Americans, a series that’s approaching to balloon to   …

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The 10 many high-tech SUVs on the market

Volvo When it comes to buying a car, consumers continue to contend that bigger is better. SUVs and trucks continued to outsell smaller sedans in September. But not all SUVs are combined equal. We motionless to turn up all the ones on the marketplace with the many modernized features. Scroll down for …

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The 11 biggest Ferraris of all time (RACE)

A Ferrari 250 California and a LaFerrari.Ferrari The supercar star is packaged these days with new models of every figure and distance from around the world. But for many, there’s no surrogate for the tender energy and tension of a living, respirating Ferrari. Since the company launched its highway automobile business …

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A British insurtech startup has lifted £27 million in its goal to turn the ‘Uber of reward finance’

The Lloyd’s building. Milan Gonda/Shutterstock LONDON — PremFina, a British insurtech startup that aims to make insurance some-more accessible, has lifted £27 million ($36 million) in a appropriation turn led by Rakuten Capital, the investment arm of Japanese e-commerce organisation Rakuten. PremFina, which wants to “promote financial inclusion” by stealing …

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Amazon has been systematic to compensate Europe €250 million over delinquent back taxes (AMZN)

Amazon has been systematic to compensate €250 million (£221 million, $294 million) by the European Commission over its taxes. Almost three-quarters of Amazon’s increase were not taxed, the European physique said. The European Union’s foe commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, pronounced Luxembourg “gave illegal taxation advantages to Amazon.” Amazon says it is …

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