Archive for May 12th, 2018

<p>Are electronic medical records and demanding regulations contributing to a historic doctor shortage?</p>

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<p>Privately owned agricultural company Guangxi Yangxiang Co Ltd is running two seven-floor sow breeding operations, and is putting up four more, including one with as many as 13 floors that will be the world's tallest building of its kind.</p>

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MoviePass has changed people’s moviegoing habits. What does that mean for the industry?

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The struggling retailer is exploring all avenues to survive. Will Amazon be its saver?

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With no price on carbon, here’s how states are keeping nuclear power plants open.

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<p>We've got a range of opportunities for your money to deliver yield, from low-risk money market funds to high-risk MLPs.</p>

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Writer and warehouse laborer James Bloodworth says workers are dinged for sick days and scared to take bathroom breaks

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The president said he would promote more competition, but broke with the promises that he made while campaigning, like calling for Medicare to negotiate lower prices.

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<p>HBO is stepping up production of original TV series in Europe and elsewhere outside the U.S. For the first time, the Time Warner premium channel is developing country-specific shows from Spain and Scandinavia.</p>

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