Why Everyone Should Talk About Politics While Networking

Why Everyone Should Talk About Politics While Networking
Yes, I believe everyone should talk about politics while networking . . . if they’d like their network to go up in flames, that is. I admit that I chose the headline to get your attention. But to be clear, talking politics in the course of doing business …
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4 ways technology will impact politics in 2012
Another presidential election year is a month away, and just as with every election cycle, technology will play a critical role in determining who the next President of the United States will be. Have your doubts? Just look at the last two elections.
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Financial Markets, Politics and the New Reality
Louis M. Bacon is the head of Moore Capital Management, one of the largest and most influential hedge funds in the world. Last week, he announced that he was returning one quarter of his largest fund, about $ 2 billion, to his investors. The reason he gave …
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Key Networking Challenges Facing Healthcare Today

trendKey Networking Challenges Facing Healthcare Today
Technology is evolving at breakneck speeds and, as a result, transforming almost every aspect of healthcare today from the way that doctors interact with patients to the way that medical records are being stored. In many ways we are on the verge of a …
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Children’s Research Institute Receives Million In Gifts
Children’s Health System of Texas’ research arm announced that it has received $ 30 million worth of grants by a few of the city’s philanthropic foundations. The Hamon Charitable Foundation gave $ 15 million, the Pogue Family Foundation put in $ 10 …
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Healthcare deals may boost cancer costs, while state laws stymie telehealth
The studies do show that the health care delivery in this country doesn’t always make sense. While the use of nurse practitioners and telehealth have been proven to improve patients’ access to care and reduce costs, state laws often reduce their use …
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