Prices are also under pressure from Saturday's news that relatives of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi died in a NATO bombing raid. Includes video.
The company also adds 58,000 subscribers after 3 quarters of losses, bringing its total to 14.2 million.
The deal would give the world's largest generic drug developer a range of drugs aimed at cancer and other conditions.
The company reports first-quarter net income of $116 million, its first profit since 2007.
Pump prices have increased for 35 straight days and are above $4 per gallon in some states.
At least 10 major markets are at their lowest point since the housing bubble burst.
The social network targets 5 US cities, following on the popularity of other services that offer deep discounts.
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