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Finding the Right Software to Keep the Workplace Safe

Finding the Right Software to Keep the Workplace Safe

Aug 22
When you own a business, it's important to make sure that you create a safe environment for your employees. They need to feel comfortable reporting any issues that occur when they're at work to your human resource department.

China's Great Wall Considers Bid for Fiat Chrysler Jeep Unit

China's Great Wall Considers Bid for Fiat Chrysler Jeep Unit

By Joe McDonald | Aug 21
Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motors is considering making a bid to buy Fiat Chrysler's Jeep unit, spokespeople for the company said Monday, in a possible ambitious new step onto the global stage for China's fast-growing auto brands.

Changing Times Brew Bitter Taste For Japan's Beer Makers

Changing Times Brew Bitter Taste For Japan's Beer Makers

By Yuri Kageyama | Aug 21
Beer consumption has been tanking for five years straight in Japan, as the younger generation shies away from the obligatory after-work drinking that was a trademark of the dark-suited heroes of Japan Inc.

FDA OKs Pfizer Drug for Rare, Fast-Killing Type of Leukemia

FDA OKs Pfizer Drug for Rare, Fast-Killing Type of Leukemia

By Linda A. Johnson | Aug 20
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new medicine for use against a rare, rapidly progressing blood cancer after other treatments have failed.

South Carolina Sues Drug Manufacturer over Opioid Crisis

South Carolina Sues Drug Manufacturer over Opioid Crisis

By Meg Kinnard | Aug 19
South Carolina has become the latest state to accuse a drug manufacturer of exacerbating its opioid drug crisis by using deceptive marketing, with the state's top prosecutor suing the maker of OxyContin.

Work to Begin on Park Dedicated to Marathon Bombing Victim

Work to Begin on Park Dedicated to Marathon Bombing Victim

Aug 19
The mother of an 8-year-old boy killed in the Boston Marathon bombing says she's pleased that work is about to begin on a park named after her son.

Starbucks Chairman Questions Country's 'Moral Fiber'

Starbucks Chairman Questions Country's 'Moral Fiber'

Aug 18
Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz says the events surrounding a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend have put the "moral fiber" of the country in question.

Colleges Brace for More Violence Amid Rash of Hate on Campus

Colleges Brace for More Violence Amid Rash of Hate on Campus

By Collin Binkley and Michael Kunzelman | Aug 18
At college campuses, far-right extremist groups have found fertile ground to spread their messages and attract new followers.

AP FACT CHECK: Viral Photo Doesn't Show 'Antifa' Beating Cop

AP FACT CHECK: Viral Photo Doesn't Show 'Antifa' Beating Cop

Aug 18
A widely spread photo that appears to show an anti-fascist activist beating a police officer is a doctored image.

Soaring Digital Sales Drive Target During Second Quarter

Soaring Digital Sales Drive Target During Second Quarter

Aug 18
Target reported a dip in second-quarter profit, but it was better than anticipated and a 32 percent spike in digital sales gains drove revenue higher.

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