China’s HNA in talks to sell Ingram Micro to Apollo Global – source

HNA Group Co [HNAIRC.UL] is in talks to sell Ingram Micro Inc to private equity firm Apollo Global Management Llc , a source familiar with the matter said on Friday, as the Chinese conglomerate continues to scale back operations.

JD.com CEO will not face assault charges in Minnesota

Minnesota prosecutors will not charge the billionaire chief executive officer of China’s JD.com Inc , Richard Liu, after he was accused of rape by a University of Minnesota student during a recent U.S. visit, authorities said on Friday.

Nasdaq confirms bear market; economic worries sink Wall Street

Wall Street stocks fell sharply in volatile trading on Friday, with the Nasdaq confirming it is in a bear market, as concerns of slowing economic growth led investors to flee stocks in high-valuation sectors such as technology and communication services.

Signs of progress and challenges as more patients survive cancer

(Reuters Health) – – As a growing number of people live decades after a cancer diagnosis, doctors and scientists are developing treatment guidelines for survivors. But a U.S. report suggests more work is needed to improve the consistency and quality of survivorship care.

More Google searches for sexual harassment facts since #MeToo

(Reuters Health) – – Millions of Americans have searched Google for information on how to understand, prevent and report sexual harassment and assault since the start of the #MeToo movement more than a year ago, a U.S. study suggests.

Anonymous patient data may not be as private as previously thought

(Reuters Health) – – For years, researchers have been studying medical conditions using huge swaths of patient data with identifying information removed to protect people’s privacy. But a new study suggests hackers may be able to match “de-identified” health information to patient identities.

Data on safety, effectiveness of common acne drug unreliable, some researchers say

(Reuters Health) – – Isotretinoin, a drug for severe chronic acne, has long been linked to miscarriages, birth defects and other serious problems, but a research review suggests much of data on the drug’s safety, effectiveness and side effects may be unreliable.