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  • EpiPen maker to offer discounts for some patients 

    Mylan pharmaceuticals says they will provide savings cards worth $300 to patients that have to pay the full price for the allergy drug out of pocket. CNN Money's Cristina Alesci reports.

  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to Trump: 'Come and speak to African-Americans' 

    NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar tells CNN's Poppy Harlow in order to gain the support of African-American voters, Donald Trump need to come speak to them directly. He says, "Trump's posturing has been very insincere" and says in this election "people are reacting to their fears."

  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Khan family controversy was 'helpful for America' 

    NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar tells CNN's Poppy Harlow "you can't find a more American family than the Khan family -- and they are from Pakistan." He says the conversation surrounding the controversy between Donald Trump and the Khan family was "helpful for America."

  • 5 stunning stats about Whole Foods 

    Started in Austin, Texas in 1980, Whole Foods has grown to become one of America's most popular, and most expensive, grocery stores.

  • Towns destroyed in Italy's earthquake 

    Drone footage shows the destruction in Italy's rural towns following the 6.2-magnitude earthquake. In just one night, family homes, ancient buildings and whole streets turned to rubble.

  • Cost of life-saving EpiPens up over 400% 

    Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar blasted Mylan Pharmaceutical, the maker of an injection device known as EpiPens, which can save the life of someone experiencing an allergic reaction, accusing them of price gouging.

  • Qatar buys 'trophy asset' stake in Empire State Building 

    The sovereign wealth fund of Qatar made a $622 million investment on Tuesday in the Empire State Realty Trust. That's nearly a 10% stake in the building, plus other New York City real estate assets.

  • Trump's message isn't wooing workers losing jobs to Mexico 

    When Carrier announced it was moving more than 1000 jobs to Mexico earlier this year, presidential candidate Donald Trump attacked the company and defended workers at the plant. But Trump's message failed on two counts: it didn't gain the labor union's support and it ignores the complexities of globalization. Cristina Alesci reports.

  • CEO pay is rising around the world 

    Chief executives in the U.K. got a 10% raise last year, and in the U.S. they make 276 times as much as typical workers.