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Saturday, May 23, 2015


What You May Have Missed in Biotech: Eye Drug Fails, Ear Drug Flops, and Herpes Drug Succeeds

1 hour 10 minutes ago
Biotech was full of news this week on clinical trials that sent investors into a tizzy about drugs for the eyes, the ears, and other body parts people don’t usually talk about. by Luke Timmerman

With Arizona Coyotes, Bettman Has Already Made Biggest Save Of Season

1 hour 18 minutes ago
The Coyotes saved a lot of money when they replaced their Fortress loan with NHL debt. by Mike Ozanian

F1 Overtakes Premier League Soccer With 130% Boost In Prize Money

3 hours 39 minutes ago
Formula One auto racing teams have received a bigger boost to their prize money over the past seven years than the clubs in Premier League soccer according to a new investigation. by Christian Sylt

Closing The Gap - Why There Should Be More Female Entrepreneurs In The UK

4 hours 25 minutes ago
2015 was a good year for women in British public life. After a close fought election, voters returned 191 female MPs to the House of Commons, representing 29% percent of the total. Not enough, certainly, but a definite improvement on the previous figure of 147. Progress is being made in by Trevor Clawson

Meet The Utterly Determined UN Chief On A Herculean Data Quest

4 hours 34 minutes ago
Babatunde Osotimehin isn't taking no for an answer. by Leo King

To Prepare For The Future You Need To Shape It -- Or Someone Else Will

Today, you need shape your future before someone else does. Those that lack the courage to predict and shape their future may become victims of an unwelcome destiny. by Greg Satell

Report: Justice Finds Criminal Wrongdoing In GM Ignition Switch Case

The Justice Department has found criminal wrongdoing in General Motors' actions related to its ignition defects, and is negotiating what is expected to be a record penalty, The New York Times reported Friday. by Micheline Maynard

Top 16 U.S. Cities For Solar Power

The solar power industry is in the middle of a spectacular growth spurt in the United States, especially in densely populated areas. by William Pentland

Three Better Proposals For Fixing The NFL's Extra Point

There are far more fun, fair, and simple ways to tweak the PAT. by Jim Pagels

Silicon Valley Diversity: Why Innovating With People Is As Important As Innovating With Technology

Silicon Valley And The Dearth Of Diversity by The Berlin School Of Creative Leadership

Jaguar Says 'Man Up' With Delicious New Transmission For 2016 F-Type Sports Car

Although I want to tell you why Jaguar’s addition of a genuine shift-it-yourself transmission for its slinky F-Type sports car is such a wonderful move for the brand – and for those who covet a purist performance-car experience – first, we should address that headline. by Bill Visnic

What Does "Hockey Stick" Mean?

Quinn wants to know what the business term "hockey stick" means. Liz explains! by Liz Ryan

Disney's Tomorrowland Paints An Ambitious Vision Of The Future

Disney’s movie Tomorrowland opens this weekend and will very likely top the box office for the Memorial Day holiday weekend. The movie is visually stunning and illustrates an ambitious future of what the future might possibly look like. by Tony Bradley

Harsh Lawsuit Lessons For NFL Retirees

NFL players are the best in the world at what they do. And they grow accustomed to a certain brand of fairness in their job. If you can’t run as fast, you don’t catch the running back that’s faster. If you can’t throw straight, you’ll miss your receiver. If a team is not as good, they typically lose to better teams. The field is a battleground. Yet there is a sense of meritocracy and fairness on the field. by Roger Groves

Selling Your Business -- Your Tax Strategies Depend On Who The Buyer Is -- Part 3

Certain tax strategies that are available to intra-family transfers might or might be available to you in a third-party sale. How your company is organized will be a big driver of solutions you consider. by Todd Ganos

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