Olympus unit pleads guilty to resolve U.S. duodenoscope probe

An Olympus Corp subsidiary pleaded guilty on Monday and agreed to pay $85 million to resolve charges that it failed to file reports with U.S. regulators regarding infections connected to its duodenoscopes while continuing to sell the medical devices used to view the gastrointestinal tract.

Canadian doctors urge women to weigh pros and cons of breast cancer screening

(Reuters Health) – – When it’s unclear whether the potential benefit of breast cancer screening outweighs the possible harms, doctors should encourage women to make an informed decision based on their personal preferences, Canadian doctors recommend.

Yelp’s big shareholder calls for board overhaul

Hedge fund SQN Investors LP, one of Yelp Inc’s top five shareholders, on Monday called for an overhaul of the local search and customer review company’s board and the appointment of new independent directors, blaming it for underperformance.

Exclusive: Ghosn wanted to retrieve cash, artwork from Rio apt – court filing

Ousted Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn sought to retrieve “personal belongings, documents, cash, objects and art pieces” from a Rio de Janeiro apartment that may contain evidence of his alleged financial misconduct, according to a Brazil court filing by Nissan last week.

U.S. top court rebuffs state bids to cut Planned Parenthood funds

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday dealt a setback to Louisiana and Kansas, turning away their appeals of lower court rulings that blocked their efforts to end public funding to Planned Parenthood, a national women’s healthcare and abortion provider, through the Medicaid program.

Wall Street opens lower as Apple weighs

U.S. stocks opened lower on Monday after a drop in Apple Inc’s shares curbed the market’s attempt to stage a bounce back from its worst week since March on worries over global growth and the China-U.S. trade war.