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  • Indexes waver as drugmakers rise and airlines fall further

    FILE - In this Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, file photo, the American flag flies above the Wall Street entrance to the New York Stock Exchange. U.S. stocks are mixed early Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018, as health care companies including Biogen and Celgene rise, but airlines continue to take steep losses as…

  • Groundbreaking next week for Thompson San Antonio Hotel/The Arts Residences

    30 on the Thompson San Antonio Hotel and The Arts Residences, a $116 million hotel and condominium EB 5 project on the River Walk in downtown San ... the region's strengths—aerospace, biosciences and health care, defense, energy, information technology and cybersecurity, and manufacturing.”.

  • Tiny implant opens way to deliver drugs deep into the brain

    This undated image provided by researcher Canan Dagdeviren in January 2018 shows an implant that can precisely drip medications deep into the brain by remote control. The device could mark a new approach to treating brain diseases _ potentially reducing side effects by targeting only the ...

  • Scientists successfully clone monkeys; could humans be next?

    Henry Greely, a Stanford University law professor who specializes in the implications of biomedical technologies, said the strongest argument he can think of would be the desire of grieving parents to produce a genetic duplicate of a dead child. But he doubts that's a compelling enough reason to…

  • Johnson & Johnson loses $10.7B after sweeping US tax changes

    The maker of biotech drugs and Band-Aids said the fourth-quarter loss amounts to $3.99 per share. A year earlier, the New Brunswick, New Jersey, company had a net profit of $3.81 billion, or $1.38 per share. Excluding the tax charge and other one-time gains and costs, earnings came to $4.78…