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Celebrate that you are a business owner!

In case you didn’t know it’s Small Business Week in Canada. That’s a celebration for those that are entrepreneurs or owners of small to medium sized businesses. 398 more words

Bruce Outridge

Grab a fork: Record number of Twin Cities restaurants opened this year

Hopefully you’re hungry – the Twin Cities has a bevy of new restaurants to try.

Since the start of the year, 91 restaurants have opened in the metro area and 42 are slated to open, the  613 more words

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CANADA: Alberta Health Minister Stephen Mandel caught an earful Wednesday Eve. from rival candidates over allowing direct-pay and boutique health-care clinics to operate.

By Dean Bennett  The Canadian Press

“I also agree (with critics) that there’s no place in our system for privatization. They (doctors) can be in or they can be out.” 564 more words

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Strong Earnings Propel Wall Street by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Investors hailed results from General Motors, 3M and Caterpillar on Thursday.

Published: October 24, 2014 at 12:00AM

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Hadi Aboukhater

Rival Group Increases Offer for Chiquita Ahead of Vote by DAVID GELLES


By DAVID GELLES

The new offer values Chiquita at about $680 million and comes on the eve of a special shareholder meeting to vote on Chiquita’s plans to acquire its Irish rival Fyffes in an inversion transaction. 12 more words

Hadi Aboukhater

AAFP Hosts Direct Primary Care Track at Annual Assembly

Can Direct Primary Care Free Family Physicians From The “Hamster Wheel”?

Source: AAFP

OCTOBER 23, 2014 - Build your knowledge about Direct Primary Care. Attend each of three CME and four Expanding Learning sessions for a learning experience that is sequential and cumulative. 443 more words

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Silicon Valley Tech Company Pays Over $40,000 To Underpaid Foreign Employees After Federal Investigation

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A U.S. Department of Labor investigation found that a Silicon Valley technology company owed more than $40,000 in back wages to several severely underpaid foreign employees. 242 more words

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