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Innovation in the Business of Healthcare

Much of the innovation surrounding healthcare markets over the past few years has been legislative innovation–rather than technological or business advances–as the precepts of the Affordable Care Act have gradually come into effect in the United States. However, this doesn’t mean that there hasn’t been any activity with regard to using technology to better deliver […]

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The Business Costs of On-the-Job Accidents

Accident and injuries are a part of life. When accidents and injuries occur on the job, it costs employers a substantial loss of money. According to OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration), it is estimated that in 2012 alone, costs of accidents have totaled about a billion dollars per week! And that only includes the […]

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Shine Some Light on The New World of Financing

Ever since the mortgage crisis of 2007, it seems that financing options of all types were also impacted. Just as home mortgages became more difficult for buyers to secure, buyers also faced obstacles in qualifying for auto loans. About 25 percent of all Americans have poor credit, and this is one of the major reasons […]

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Bankruptcy & Business: Reality Hits Hard

Businesses that find themselves facing financial hardships are often forced to face a bleak reality: filing for bankruptcy. This last resort measure is often avoided at every cost because many believe that it is a guaranteed end to their business. While this may be true in some cases, in many cases filing for bankruptcy can […]

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