Executive editor Jon Fine talks about how Meg Whitman, the president and chief executive officer of Hewlett Packard and long-time GOP donor, has thrown her support and money behind Hillary Clinton.
Senior writer Christine Lagorio-Chafkin talks about how the battle between Uber and Didi Chuxing over China's car-hailing market has come to an end. Uber has invested in Didi and will no longer pursue the market. Did Uber relent to Didi, or did Uber just make a savvy move?
Staff writer Will Yakowicz talks about the opioid epidemic that has plagued the nation to a tipping point--more people die from overdoses on legal opioid medication than car accidents. One company, Braeburn Pharmaceuticals, is trying to help addicts with a new formulation of addiction treatment drug buprenorphine. The drug, which was approved by the FDA in May, is an implant that last six months.