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  1. Michael Pearson, former chief executive of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc., is suing the embattled drugmaker for refusing to pay him more than 3 million company shares that he said he is owed.
  2. The Supreme Court on Monday declined an invitation to rescue a $7.25 billion antitrust settlement over fees between Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. and retailers, effectively clearing the way for merchants to sue for additional charges incurred in recent years.
  3. Samsung Electronics Co. said Monday it would sell refurbished or rental versions of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, marking a second life for a device that triggered the firm’s most embarrassing recall in its history.
  4. Utah Republican registers distaste over his Democratic colleagues’ ‘recipe.’
  5. Republicans have a second shot at ending about $1 trillion in taxes.
  6. Incentives persist as competition rises for dealers to sell new vehicles
  7. Building a mass-market electric vehicle and colonizing Mars aren’t ambitious enough for Elon Musk. The billionaire entrepreneur now wants to merge computers with human brains to help people keep up with machines.
  8. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the major stock exchanges on Monday brought charges against a brokerage and its CEO for allegedly helping a customer engage in what’s called “layering,” which is a form of market manipulation involving high-frequency trading.
  9. The yield on the three-month Treasury bill, one of the most heavily-traded short-term debt products issued by the U.S. government, rose to its highest level since October 2008, according to data from Tradeweb.
  10. Uber Technologies Inc. is putting its autonomous vehicles back on city streets after an accident involving one of them in Tempe, Ariz., over the weekend caused the company to halt its test program.