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Just don't: Sketchy eBay sellers are claiming to offer EpiPens at a discount, even though it’s against eBay policy, illegal, and just a really, really, really awful idea.

You lose: The six-month saga of the Texas petsitter who sued a customer for up to $1 million in damages over a negative Yelp review appears to have come to an end.

Tick-tock, tick-tock: IKEA is taking its time handing over records related to its recent massive dresser recall after six children were killed by furniture that tipped over.

Mmm, fiber: Amid reports of downsizing, wireless tests, and few subscribers, we can't help but wonder what exactly is going on with Google Fiber.

Flying the crowded skies: Instead of adding features, creating legroom, or improving their end of things, American Airlines is asking you: have you considered being more zen and less face-punchy?

“It’s been a nightmare. They were our partner. You can’t just put your partner out of business.” — A third-party seller on Amazon tells Bloomberg of the e-commerce site suspending accounts

“Mylan may appear to be moving in the right direction, but its announcement raises as many questions as solutions, including why the price is still astronomically high, and whether its action is a preemptive strike against a competing generic.” — Sen. Richard Blumenthal, discussing his concerns over the news that Mylan will sell a generic version of the EpiPen for $300.
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