How China's Doctors Can Care for Its Population of 1.3 Billion
China, with its population of 1.3 billion people, is home to several of the world's largest cities. But that presents a unique challenge when it comes to healthcare. How do you...
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RaceAhead: Michael Ferro Out At Tronc
Yesterday, Michael Ferro, the chairman of Tronc, which publishes the Chicago Tribune and the New York Daily News, among other titles, abruptly announced his retirement. In the...
1 hour ago - Fortune
It's Time for Tech Companies to Build More Humane Products
LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif.-Tristan Harris became known in the tech industry for his years as a Google design ethicist, a curious role for much of corporate America outside of...
1 hour ago - Fortune
Judge rules Roman Catholic corporation not liable for abuse at Mount Cashel
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - A Newfoundland judge has ruled the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of St. John's is not liable for abuse in the 1950s at the notorious Mount Cashel...
2 hours ago - National Post
Once an S.E.C. Regulator, Now Thriving as a Lawyer for Whistle-Blowers
Jordan A. Thomas helped create an S.E.C. program to encourage employees to alert authorities to corporate wrongdoing. Now his firm is reaping the proceeds.
2 hours ago - NY Times
Residents protest poultry producers headquarter plans
MILLSBORO, Del. - Some Millsboro-area residents are opposing poultry producer Allen Harim's plans to move its corporate headquarters into a former pickle plant. The News...
2 hours ago - The Seattle Times
Another New Football League Says It Will Start Play in 2019
The Alliance of American Football joins an increasingly crowded field of leagues. Can it succeed where others failed?
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U.S. tax cut helps Couche-Tard offset hurricane costs and lower U.S. fuel margin
MONTREAL - Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. says acquisitions and a boost from the U.S. corporate tax cut in the third quarter helped to offset the lingering impact from last...
6 hours ago - National Post
Swedish Opposition Ready to Join Tax War That Government Avoids
Sweden can't delay cutting corporate taxes or it will find it hard to compete following drastic changes in taxes and trade in the U.S., according to a key opposition leader.
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2.77 Million Service Members Have Served On 5.4 Million Deployments Since 9/11
An analysis conducted by the RAND Corporation has shed light on the scale of U.S. military deployments since 9/11.
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Trump says he wants to meet with Russia's Putin soon, discuss 'arms race'
President Trump spoke with Putin after he was elected to a fourth six-year term.
Tip in girl's 1999 disappearance found on $1 bill
A dollar bill with a message claiming to be from an Arizona girl who vanished in 1999 has authorities taking another look at the case.
'She lost it': Incorrect biscuit leads to McDonald's kitchen attack
A mistaken order at a Wisconsin fast-food restaurant led a customer to barge into the kitchen and shove a teen employee into the side of a fryer, police said.
Authorities identify gunman in Great Mills High School shooting
A gunman is dead and two others are injured following a shooting at Great Mills High School in St. Mary's County Tuesday morning, authorities said. The gunman was identified...
Deadline nearing for customers to file claim in PlayStation 3 settlement...
Certain customers who bought the PlayStation 3 video game console could get up to $65.
Drumroll please: It's Sir Ringo now; former Beatles drummer knighted
Actually, it's Sir Richard, but no matter what you call him, the honor "means a lot" to the drummer.
United halts transports of pets not in plane cabin
Airline officials said that the airline will stop accepting new reservations for the transportation of pets that aren't in the cabin.
High school in St. Mary's County on lockdown after shooting
There has been a shooting at Great Mills High School in St. Mary's County Tuesday morning, school officials said. The school has been placed on lockdown, officials said.
Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO amid Facebook data leak uproar
The CEO of Cambridge Analytica, the political-research company at the center of a massive Facebook-data scandal , was suspended on Tuesday. The company's board said CEO...
Package believed to be bound for Austin explodes at mail facility
The San Antonio Texas Fire Department says a package bomb has exploded at a FedEx distribution center in Schertz, Texas, hurting 1 person, a FedEx employee who apparently...