Despite Changes Made by the Senate, Millions Are Still at Risk of Healthcare Coverage Loss The U.S. Senate has officially turned in its amendments to the healthcare reform bill passed by the House, but the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has come to roughly the same conclusion it did when it scored the earlier version: In (more…)
The Company Claims That It Is Shifting Resources Boys Town, an organization that provides for families and children, will be closing facilities in New York, California, and Texas as it seeks to rededicate its resources.
The proposed reform on healthcare, and specifically the rollback of Medicaid expansion across states that opted in, could have a profound negative impact on the ability of opioid addicts to receive treatment.
How Aspects of Modern Contract and Temporary Work Could Harm Worker Treatment Two prominent professors of economics believe that the current configuration of the gig economy, where many take on contract, freelance, and temporary work, is lowering good employment opportunities for the economy as a whole.
Healthcare Reform Proposals by Both Parties Could Hurt Coverage, Jobs As the healthcare reform bill proposed by President Donald Trump is currently making its way through the Senate, alternatives to the Republican healthcare act are propping up, but could potentially harm jobs if instituted.
The Food Giant Is Consolidating and Restructuring Distribution, Potentially Killing Small Businesses Kellogg Company‘s (NYSE:K) move to cut warehouses as well as sales, and support staff will likely put many small businesses out of commission as owners of the shipping routes are left out in the cold.
The CEO, President, and Marketing Officer Were All Let Go As a major reshuffling begins at Pandora Media Inc (NYSE:P), the potential grows for more layoffs to reach U.S. soil.
The Most Reduced Department in the Trump Administration Bolstered from Outside One of the largest reductions in the U.S. budget proposal would affect the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), prompting environmental groups to come out in defense of the EPA.
Working Editors Were Recently Halved, Prompting the Standoff The New York Times had editors walk out after the newspaper decided to reduce the number of editors to half via buyouts, bringing the total down from 100 to about 50 or 55.
The Providence Health & Services Company Readies Layoffs Providence Health & Services seeks to make massive cuts in order to balance its budget, all while the impending healthcare reform bill leaves many uncertain about the future of hospitals and healthcare in the U.S.