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California could cut $ 110 billion in healthcare spending over the next decade, saving the average household $ 800 a year, by quickly moving away from conventional fee-for-service medicine and embracing more coordinated care, a new report says.
Mayer stirs up controversy with her move to take away the flexible working arrangements that many Yahoo employees depended on.
SAN FRANCISCO — Corporate America’s most famous working mother has banned her employees from working at home. Now the backlash is threatening to overshadow the progress she has made turning around Yahoo Inc.
Proposed legislation would ban retired athletes from seeking California workers’ comp benefits after they’ve played relatively few games in the state.
SACRAMENTO — Players for professional sports teams based outside of California would be barred from filing compensation claims for job-related injuries under proposed legislation supported by owners of football, baseball, basketball, hockey and soccer franchises.
Stocks dropped sharply Monday as investors worriedthat Italy could be seized with political paralysis, stymieing the country’s economic reforms and causing another flare-up in the region’s debt crisis.
General Motors said Monday it will roll out cars and trucks in the U.S. and Canada with embedded 4G LTE mobile broadband in 2014.
WASHINGTON — With just a few days to go before new government spending cuts are set to take effect, what are the chances that another eleventh-hour action will avert the latest impending hit to the economy?
All major carriers have matched Delta’s hike of $ 4 to $ 10 on flights booked within seven days of travel. U.S. fares are expected to rise 4.6% this year.
When a trade group for corporate travel managers recently predicted airfares would rise in 2013, the group probably didn’t expect the hikes to be launched so quickly.
The seller of weight-loss, nutrition, hair- and skin-care products has 6,200 employees and 3.2 million independent distributors.
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Question: I am a victim of the hard times. I had to move out of my apartment six months ago, and I have been living in a motel since then. I have been paying a monthly rent to the motel owner. About three weeks ago, the owner asked me to move to a different room, which I did. Then, last week the owner came to my new room and told me I had to be out of the room within 24 hours or he would call the police to arrest me. Can he do that?
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