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Saudi Aramco shares fall below IPO price for first time, Gulf stocks plummet after OPEC deal failure

Storage tanks are seen at the North Jiddah bulk plant, an Aramco oil facility, in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019. Amr Nabil | AP Shares of Saudi state oil giant Aramco traded below their original IPO price for the first time Sunday, at 30.90 riyals ($ 8.24) at 12:30 p.m. in Riyadh compared… Read More »

How to Deal with a Panic Attack

Have I ever told you that I used to have panic attacks? No? Well, we’ll fix that today. Everyone experiences them a little differently, but they all suck the big one. This is what mine look like: Intense fear, feeling like the world is about to end, feeling like I’m “losing it,” hyperventilating, sobbing, and… Read More »

This gravy will get you high enough to deal with your family this Thanksgiving

That’s some groovy gravy. A California marijuana company wants families to take their Thanksgiving feasts to a “higher level” by dousing dinner with cannabis-infused gravy. The doobie dressing, created by Kiva Confections, is a “cheeky take on a normally mundane holiday staple,” according to the company’s website (which grossly misrepresents the critical role of gravy).… Read More »

Teva’s $15B free drug opioid settlement might be a great deal in the long run: analyst

Instead of fighting it out in court, Teva is reportedly offering $ 15 billion in free drugs to escape a massive opioid litigation in Cleveland that has ensnared some of the industry’s biggest players. It’s an unusual—and pricey—offer for Teva, but one analyst thinks it might just work. Teva’s $ 15 billion giveaway, which according… Read More »

Purdue inks multibillion-dollar opioid deal with thousands of local governments, 23 states: reports

Purdue Pharma has entered the first major opioid settlement. The company, whose OxyContin played a role in the opioid epidemic, plans to file for bankruptcy imminently and restructure under an agreement with 23 states and nearly 2,300 cities, counties and tribes, according to the New York Times.   Under the deal, Purdue’s founding family—the Sacklers—will pay plaintiffs $ 3… Read More »