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Dr. Tom Frieden, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, recently told Congress that the agency needed more money to fight against the Zika virus. He urged Congress to include Zika funding in its next stopgap spending bill.
Two employees recently laid off from ITT Technical Institute filed a lawsuit that claims the company violated federal law when it failed to provide 60 days’ notice.
Thanks to machines, there are a plethora of tasks that no longer need human intervention. With the mundane tasks taken care of, people can turn their attention toward the mentally challenging ones.
According to a recent survey, people do not like the security chip credit cards. Basically, there’s still some work to do when it comes to bringing security and convenience together.
Figures from the StepChange Debt Charity suggests there is a rising number of folks who owe money to their family and friends and are struggling to pay it back.
Tesla Motors is facing a serious cash flow problem, and the company is looking for ways to increase the money to help fund the development and manufacturing of the new Model 3 sedan as well as the building of a giant battery factory.
The notorious ex-drug executive who made waves for increasing the price of a life-saving HIV drug by 5,000 percent has doubled his money invested in KaloBios, a drug company he was in charge of last fall.
People who pay for their college tuition with credit cards need to be mindful of the high credit card interest rates and fees numerous universities and colleges charge.
Poland has taken steps to become the European Nation to sell itself as the go-to destination for companies who want to take their operations out of the U.K. after the Brexit vote in late June.