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'Work or go to jail': how LA courts force thousands to do unpaid labor
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BUSINESS : LABOR
Exclusive: study finds county relies on laborers – largely people of color – threatened with debts and jail to do work that would otherwise be paid
Another Part of Tough NJ Wage Payment Law Takes Effect Soon - HR Daily Advisor
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BUSINESS : PERSONAL BUSINESS
Another segment of New Jersey’s new, tougher wage theft law takes effect November 1. Most of the new law, which increases the penalties for employers that fail to pay wages owed under state law, is already in effect. That law makes New Jersey one of the most aggressive states in the nation for wage and ?
US retail sales unexpectedly drop as Trump's trade war hits the backbone of the economy | Markets Insider
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BUSINESS : ECONOMICS
A key measure of consumer spending unexpectedly dropped for the first time in seven months in September. The Commerce Department said Wednesday retail sal...
US consumers hit the brakes in September
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BUSINESS : ECONOMICS
American consumers tightened their purse strings unexpectedly last month, breaking a seven-month winning streak, government data showed Wednesday. The American consumer is almost single-handedly sustaining the US expansion as the economy in the rest of the world slows and President Donald Trump'
US and Canadian Data Put Central Banks on High(er) Alert
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BUSINESS : ECONOMICS
Retail Sales out of the US and CPI out of Canada were released earlier today, and both were big misses. Question: Who do most economists say is the dr
China?s economy faces a setback
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BUSINESS : ECONOMICS
BEIJING: China 's economy expanded at its slowest rate in nearly three decades during the third quarter, held back by cooling domestic demand and a protracted
US: Disappointing Retail Sales in September ? ING
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BUSINESS : ECONOMICS
James Knightley, the chief international economist at ING, suggests that the disappointing run of US data has continued with today?s retail sales numb
US retail sales dip 0.3% in September
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BUSINESS : ECONOMICS
Consumer spending was strong in the spring and economists had been counting on continued strength to protect the U.S. economy as it is buffeted by the fallout from President Donald Trump's trade war with China.
Running Out The Clock, Denying A Break
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BUSINESS : ECONOMICS
To keep his tax returns secret, President Trump may just have to stall.
How I Help Business Audiences Embrace Innovation, Disruption and Change to Lead the Way Forward - Brian Solis
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BUSINESS : MARKETING
We live in an era of #DigitalDarwinism. These are disruptive times and they challenge everyone…leaders and executives?employees, customers, and partners…and, you and me. AI, Crypto, Quantum Computing, Blockchain, AR/VR, facial recognition, wearables, IoT/IIoT, 5G, automation and 20 other disruptive technologies will only continue to change everything as we know it. Digital transformation, innovation, and new leadership are needed to survive and thrive. The future either happens to us or because
Kindle Unlimited Per-Page Rate Skyrocketed in September 2019 | The Digital Reader
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
Amazon announced on Tuesday that the Kindle Unlimited funding pool increased by one hundred thousand dollars in September 2019, to $25.9 million, from $25.8 million in August 2019. At theContinue reading
The Lost Art of Paste-Up (video) | The Digital Reader
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
Here's a bit of the past that I bet even the book-sniffing fetishists won't miss. Back before we used computers to lay out the text of a book, magazine, orContinue reading
Video: Dan Shure on Google core updates and podcasting - Search Engine Land
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BUSINESS : MARKETING
From a piano teacher to an SEO - how Dan's journey into the SEO space has not just changed his family's life.
Google readies new markup rules for European news publishers - Search Engine Land
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BUSINESS : MARKETING
The approach is a reaction to the EU Copyright Directive, to avoid paying licensing fees.
8 Ways To Attend SMX East
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BUSINESS : MARKETING
Choose your SMX experience, register now, and join us in NYC November 13-14!
The Light We Lose - A Short Film
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BUSINESS : ENTREPRENEURSHIP
The Light We Lose is a story about grief, hope, and the bonds we forge in our loneliest hours. | Check out 'The Light We Lose - A Short Film' on Indiegogo.
Penna - Typewriter style Retro Bluetooth Keyboard
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BUSINESS : ENTREPRENEURSHIP
2Types of keycaps developed exclusively , Cherry switch, Multi-pairing, Macro, All O/S support | Check out 'Penna - Typewriter style Retro Bluetooth Keyboard' on Indiegogo.
The Bumper Block
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BUSINESS : ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Slide bumper plates on and off the barbell with ease using the Bumper Block. | Check out 'The Bumper Block' on Indiegogo.
5 Ways To Minimize Employee Negativity In Your Office
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BUSINESS : ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Throughout my career in small companies and large, I?ve always been appalled by the number of people who have a negative attitude or complai...
Some Thoughts on China
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BUSINESS : ENTREPRENEURSHIP
It is fascinating to see at the moment how much China is flexing its power. And maybe as importantly how little the world is pushing back. Certainly on the commercial side we are finding that...
Wayne State sends termination notices to 110 physicians: Detroit-based Wayne State University sent termination notices to 110 pediatricians on Oct. 14. The pediatricians, who work for the university's medical school and Children's Hospital of Michigan in D
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
Detroit-based Wayne State University sent termination notices to 110 pediatricians on Oct. 14. The pediatricians, who work for the university's medical school and Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, can either join WSU's pediatrics group or lose their jobs with the university in November, according to The Detroit News.
Healthcare mergers, acquisitions grow in Q3: There were 25 hospital and health system transactions in the third quarter of 2019, up from the 19 announced in the second quarter of this year, according to a recent report by financial consulting firm Kaufman
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
There were 25 hospital and health system transactions in the third quarter of 2019, up from the 19 announced in the second quarter of this year, according to a recent report by financial consulting firm Kaufman Hall.
Healthcare stocks rally after strong start to Q3: Stronger-than-expected third-quarter earnings from UnitedHealth Group and Johnson & Johnson helped healthcare stocks rally Oct. 16; however, the sector remains one of the worst performing in the S&P 500 thi
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
Stronger-than-expected third-quarter earnings from UnitedHealth Group and Johnson & Johnson helped healthcare stocks rally Oct. 16; however, the sector remains one of the worst performing in the S&P 500 this year, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Top distributors may settle opioid litigation for $18B: McKesson, AmerisourceBergen and Cardinal Health are in talks to settle opioid litigation brought against them by states and local governments for $18 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
McKesson, AmerisourceBergen and Cardinal Health are in talks to settle opioid litigation brought against them by states and local governments for $18 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.
These are busy times for ‘No 10 source’. Journalists should refuse to be played | Peter Geoghegan
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
When the government is able to use blind quotes to regularly set the news agenda, something is wrong, says Peter Geoghegan, investigations editor at openDemocracyUK
The EU praises ‘the common good’, but its words ring hollow | Lea Ypi
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
The chaos of Brexit has lent the European Union a veneer of calm and wisdom, says political theory professor Lea Ypi
Europe can’t keep shutting its eyes to the disaster in Syria | Natalie Nougayrède
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
We have to break out of our navel-gazing: this is the Spanish civil war of our times, says Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède
Microsoft partners with businesses, schools to develop tech-savvy border workforce
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — Microsoft Corp. is doubling-down on its workforce development investment in El Paso, adding 15 public schools to its computer skills program and investing $1.5 million in a binational business accelerator. Microsoft President Brad Smith made the announcement on Monday during a meeting with regional business and political leaders at the Epic Railyard building near Downtown El Paso.
Europe’s Margrethe Vestager Uses a Rarely Used Weapon to Take On Big Tech
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
Ms. Vestager, the E.U.’s antitrust regulator, ordered Broadcom to halt possible anticompetitive practices while an inquiry is underway, signaling a more aggressive approach.
Appy Pie Academy Announces Free Online Courses on Business and Tech
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
WARRENTON, Va., Oct. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Appy Pie launches its own online learning platform - Appy Pie Academy that is aimed at offering a wide range of...
ANALYSIS: Iran Sanctions—The Business Impact (Podcast)
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS LAW
John E. Smith, former director of the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and co-head of Morrison & Foerster LLP’s national security practice, discusses the current Iran sanctions and their impact on global business. Since the U.S. withdrew unilaterally from the Iran nuclear deal, it has become an outlier, as much of the rest of the world, including Europe, wants to continue to do business with Iran.
Ally Law Welcomes New Members in Argentina and Utah
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS LAW
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Ally Law, a global legal network that includes approximately 2800 lawyers worldwide, is pleased to announce two new...
Stoke Therapeutics Strengthens Leadership Team With Appointments of Robin A. Walker, J.D., as Senior Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Joan Wood as Head of Human Resources
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS LAW
Stoke Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: STOK), a biotechnology company pioneering a new way to treat the underlying cause of severe genetic diseases by prec
Mossack Fonseca Law Firm Sues Netflix for Casting as Villain (1)
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS LAW
Mossack Fonseca Law Firm Sues Netflix for Casting as Villain (1)  Bloomberg Big Law Business
The Advent Of Narrative Economics
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BUSINESS : ECONOMICS
Newsflash! Economists Discover Narrative!
Xconomy: Alexion to Buy Achillion in $930M Marriage of Rare Disease Drug Firms
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BUSINESS : ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Alexion Pharmaceuticals is acquiring Achillion Pharmaceuticals for $930 million, a deal that could strengthen its position providing treatments for a rare
US Dollar Index remains under pressure near 98.20
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BUSINESS : US BUSINESS
The selling bias remains unchanged around the Greenback on Wednesday and keeps the US Dollar Index (DXY) depressed in the lower end of the range near
Greater Baltimore Committee comes out in ‘strong support’ of aerial surveillance planes to fight crime
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BUSINESS : US BUSINESS
The Greater Baltimore Committee announced on Wednesday its “strong support” for putting aerial surveillance planes above Baltimore, urging city officials to adopt the technology in an effort to reduce crime.
US-China Trade Conference: Timely and Relevant | Logistics Viewpoints
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS
The US-China Trade Conference discussed implications of tariff increases, China production advantages, and established supply chain capabilities.