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Subject: Drugmaker raises price of common diarrhea drug by 430% | Medtronic Q1 revenue up 3.1% | CHS investor wants to oust CEO Wayne Smith | Walmart follows Amazon, applies for aerial warehouse patent
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August 23, 2017
1. Walmart follows Amazon, applies for aerial warehouse patent  Full story

2. CHS investor calls for ouster of CEO Wanye Smith Full story
3. Drugmaker raises price of common diarrhea drug by 430%: 4 things to know  Full story

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6. Medtronic Q1 revenue up 3.1%: 5 things to know  Full story
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