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And so, another working week will soon draw to a close. Not a moment too soon, yes? This is, as you know, our treasured signal to daydream about weekend plans. Once again, our agenda is rather modest. We plan to hang with some of our short people and the Pharmalot ancestors. We also hope to continue our Tummies Go Global campaign — email us for our list of restaurants — and otherwise, take a few naps. And what about you? The great outdoors beckons, so why not hit the beach or find a nice lake? You could visit your local library and stock up on summer reading or plan that getaway you dreamed about. Well, whatever you do, have a grand time. But be safe. Enjoy, and see you next Wednesday — after the long holiday weekend on this side of the pond.

Although she eventually made a profit, Sarah Hassan testified she spent a year trying to get her original investment in a fund run by Martin Shkreli returned, The New York Times writes from the Shkreli securities fraud trial. CNBC says she felt “betrayed” for dragging out the payment. She was also upset Shkreli repeatedly listed her father — Fred Hassan, a former Schering-Plough chief executive — as an investor. She was introduced to Shkreli by Brent Saunders, the Allergan chief executive and Hassan protege.

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