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McDonald’s said its investigation into former CEO Steve Easterbrook’s conduct is examining whether he covered up improprieties by other employees alongside allegations of potential misconduct within the human-resources department.

The Justice Department’s antitrust division brought the case in a Pennsylvania federal court, alleging Teva Pharmaceuticals USA engaged in anticompetitive conduct that resulted in at least $350 million in overcharges to consumers.

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The indexing giant plans to close its operations in Hong Kong and Japan, as it focuses on individual investors and mainland China.

Investors are more at ease with holding Europe’s riskiest debt, as the European Central Bank’s vast bond-buying program reduces the supply of safer assets, pushing buyers into other corners of the market.

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When the TV mogul created Scandal’s fictional version of the White House, she took a page from Michael S. Smith’s redecoration of Obama’s Oval Office, now documented in the new book ‘Designing History’

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