June 2 u.s. Appeals court upholds dismissal of lawsuits against pfizer claiming that its antidepressant zoloft causes birth defects--ruling 3RD U.S. CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS SAYS LOWER COURT JUDGE ACTED WITHIN HER DISCRETION IN EXCLUDING TESTIMONY FROM PLAINTIFFS' EXPERT APPEALS COURT SAYS CASE INVOLVED 315 CLAIMS AGAINST PFIZER, ALLEGING THAT ZOLOFT CAUSES CARDIAC BIRTH DEFECTS WHEN TAKEN DURING EARLY PREGNANCY
Chicago schools to pay hefty 6.41 pct rate on second note tranche
CHICAGO, June 26 The Chicago Public Schools finalized the second and last part of a short-term loan, placing $112 million of notes with J.P. Morgan at a huge initial interest rate of 6.41 percent, the cash-strapped district reported on Monday.
U.S. finds Canada softwood lumber dumped, sets preliminary duties
WASHINGTON, June 26 The U.S. Commerce Department has made a preliminary finding that Canadian softwood lumber imports are being dumped in the U.S. market and will impose anti-dumping duties, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Monday.