Walmart expands its grocery delivery business, powered by Uber
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Walmart is expanding a test of its grocery delivery service, powered by Uber, the company announced this week. The retailer is now offering grocery delivery..
Financially struggling Presence Health to join Amita Health
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Presence Health hospital system, which has struggled financially in recent years, has inked a deal to become part of Amita Health, the systems announced.
New Milford business painted with racial slurs
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DANBURY - A local business owner who recently moved his family to Connecticut for a better life was shocked Wednesday morning to find racial slurs painted across the restaurant he recently opened on Kent Road. David Thompson, who opened the Thompson's Fine American Comfort Food about two months ago with his wife Senka, said he police called him Wednesday morning to inform him that racial slurs and a swastika had been spray painted across the front of the restaurant. "I'm really fearful for my
'Not one drop' of Poland Spring bottled water is from a spring, lawsuit says
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Poland Spring, the country's bestselling bottled water, is "a colossal fraud," according to a class-action lawsuit.
To Lyme disease sufferers, Matt Dawson’s misdiagnosis is all too familiar | Holly Rubenstein
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Awareness of this serious illness is still woefully lacking, says freelance writer and broadcaster Holly Rubenstein
Be your own therapist? Fine – if you’re up to the job | Mark Brown
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We should be wary of any suggestion that self-help could replace therapy, writes Mark Brown
Fortune 500 CEOs and top execs reveal what to do in your 20s to set yourself up for an awesome career
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Fortune 500 executives, as well as other business leaders, have given some great career advice on Business Insider's podcast, "Success! How I Did It."
A 27-year-old CEO says too many company founders get a key element of leadership all wrong
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Bumble founder and CEO Whitney Wolfe says that leaders should feel gratitude toward their employees.
The Sugar Story: A Spoonful Of Addiction Makes The Profits Go Up? - 1A
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Americans are facing down a decades-long sugar habit.
Can Wendy Silverstein rescue New York REIT?
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Four months after New York REIT started liquidating its holdings, its first-quarter earnings call turned hostile. The company ? which had been dogged
Liberal elite, it's time to strike a deal with the working-class | Joan C Williams
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Coalition need compromise. But it’s coalitions that win, writes Joan C Williams, the author of White Working Class: Overcoming Class Cluelessness in America
Daimler-Blog - Kamera für den KTL-Ofen: Durchblick bei 180 Grad
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Mit Hilfe eines temperaturbeständigen, mobilen Kamerasystems ist es möglich, die Karosse eines E-Klasse Coupés im KTL-Ofen zu beobachten.
Vicki Jackson and David Ryan on
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I can't think of a higher example of a symbiotic relationship between clinicians than what Vicki Jackson, Chief of Palliative Care at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and David Ryan, Chief of Oncology at MGH have achieved. It shines through in this weeks podcast. We challenged them on a few occasions about their terrific new book "Living with Cancer." Listen to how they tell the story of learning from each other, working with each other, and making each other better clinicians. To the p
What festivals look like from a wheelchair | Penny Pepper
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It was a joy to participate in the Edinburgh festival. But there are still obstacles in the way of disabled people, says writer and disability rights activist Penny Pepper
Converted Office Parks Try to Lure Millennials With Cheaper Rents
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Developers hoping to redevelop dead and dying corporate office parks are coming to similar realizations as the shortage of affordable housing spreads.
Police release photos of vehicle driven by suspected killers of Garden Grove man
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GARDEN GROVE – Police on Tuesday, Aug. 22, released surveillance photos of a car they believe was used by two people linked to the killing of a Garden Grove man earlier this month. The photos were …
75-year-old motorcyclist dies after being struck by truck on toll road in Irvine
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A 75-year-old motorcyclist died Tuesday, Aug. 22, after he was hit by a truck while they were both traveling on the SR-133 toll road in Irvine, the California Highway Patrol said. The motorcyclist,…
How to Create Pre-Launch Buzz for Your Book Right Now - BadRedhead Media
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Tweet11 Share89 +17 Stumble Pin5 Share9 WhatsApp Buffer16Shares 137 In a previous post, I discussed how to pre-market your book and create buzz. Many writers are tentative about this process: how can I market a book that doesn?t exist yet? Oh, but you can, and today I?m going to share with you: specific, practical ways ?
Social Media Star: ‘Famously Heinous Mansion' in Indiana Racks Up the Retweets
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The Kessler mansion in Indianapolis is back on the market. The 29,500-square-foot compound has 11 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and one very strange history.
The world's biggest sovereign wealth fund blew past its own benchmarks with these stocks
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Norway's $975 billion oil fund has been buoyed by equity markets.
Algorithms outdo us. But we still prefer human fallibility | Rafael Behr
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As technology becomes ever smarter, we cling to a comforting divide between people and machines, writes Guardian columnist Rafael Behr
People are paying $80,000 for 'family architects' to fix their kids through 24/7 surveillance
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Some families said the costs for the therapy-like program sailed "well into the six-figures."
Are old photos of ‘westernised’ Afghan women driving Trump’s foreign policy? | Rossalyn Warren
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Trump’s feigned concern for women’s rights, based on a handful of photos from the 1970s, is no substitute for actual research and expertise, writes foreign affairs journalist Rossalyn Warren
Euro zone business growth maintains solid pace in August
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Euro zone manufacturing businesses clocked their best month of growth in six-and-a-half years in August, a survey of private companies showed on Wednesday.
The reaction to Merck's CEO leaving Trump's council proves that it pays to get political
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Merck's consumer perception has received a notable lift after its CEO Kenneth Frazier quit President Trump?s manufacturing council last week.
Oregon, Texas Lay Down Markers On Abortion Coverage
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Highlighting the country's sharp divide over abortion and mixed reactions to requirements in the Affordable Care Act, Texas restricts insurance coverage while Oregon requires that it be covered.
Would You Video Chat With An Airline Customer Service Rep?
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Sometimes you simply can?t get your frustration with an airline across simply by raising your voice talking to a customer service representative on the phone. Now you can look someone in the face v?
Marche Moderne announces reopening plans at relocated Crystal Cove Shopping Center
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From South Coast Plaza to Crystal Cove: The critically acclaimed French bistro Marche Moderne is close to reopening at its new coastal location in Newport Coast.
Treasury Department finally adds teeth to LLC disclosure rule
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The Treasury Department closed a gaping loophole in its effort to crack down on money laundering in real estate on Tuesday, extending its LLC disclosu
Jewelry Designer Judith Ripka Selling a True Gem in the Hamptons for $6M
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Jewelry designer Judith Ripka is selling her gem of a Hamptons home for $6 million. Ripka also has a golden touch when it comes to real estate.
The latest US navy collision should worry Trump’s Asian allies | Mary Dejevsky
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Four accidents in less than a year makes the US military look inconsistent and unreliable, argues writer and broadcaster Mary Dejevsky
Apple iMessage use outstrips Facebook Messenger and Snapchat among US youths
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Teens send more messages on iMessage than on Snapchat and Messenger combined
ADP CEO says Bill Ackman, on phone call, refused to meet because he needed 'leverage' over board
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Jim Cramer sat down with Carlos Rodriguez, CEO of ADP, who spoke to his company's proxy fight with activist investor Bill Ackman.
Stealing Your Identity Can Be As Easy As Stealing Your Phone Number
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You?re smart about online security, right? Sure! You use two-factor authentication on all your accounts, you don?t use dodgy WiFi, you make sure to put a passcode on your phone, and you?
Motorcycle rider killed in head-on Ortega Highway crash identified, coroner says
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Stewart West, of Oceanside, was killed when his Honda motorcycle crossed over a solid double-yellow line and was hit by an SUV on Ortega Highway
Bill Gates, Richard Branson, and Sheryl Sandberg all use the same old-school organizational hack
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Bill Gates, Richard Branson, and Sheryl Sandberg all make sure to carry a notebook around at all times.
Amazon is getting some competition: Wal-Mart and Google venture into voice-activated shopping
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Wal-Mart is working with Google to offer hundreds of thousands of items for voice-activated shopping through Google Assistant.
Bumpy Times in Brazil, but Hedge Funds Boom
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With a government in turmoil, it may seem an unusual time to form a new hedge fund. But Adam Capital is off to a running start.
One of China's hottest stocks is a tiny glass company you've never heard of
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One of China's best-performing stocks this month is a tiny glass company with only one analyst rating ? but nobody seems to know why.
After Trump’s U-turn, Afghans’ suffering now has no end | Lucy Morgan Edwards
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The president’s strategy reversal condemns a nation to escalating conflict, and its people to further misery and death, says Lucy Morgan Edwards, author of The Afghan Solution