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The Hong Kong railway operator MTR stops all services for vandalism

Raiding Force Raiding at Tung Chung Station in Hong Kong, China, September 7, 2019. REUTERS / Anushree Fadnavis Anushree Fadnavis | Reuters Hong Kong's rail operator said the entire subway system would shut down on Saturday in an unprecedented move as the city was ready for further demonstrations after a night of chaos when the police shot a teenager and …

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Walmart tests new health services for workers

Doug McMillon, CEO of Walmart, on his shareholder meeting and responsibilities in America. Walmart is launching a pilot program to help its healthcare workers with care, cardiology and obstetrics. Data analytics company Embold Health will search a variety of data from public and private insurance plans to find recommended providers based on effectiveness and cost-effectiveness. Walmart will do this for …

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A Catholic hospital in Canada has to provide services for suicide patients

St. According to Tim Guest, vice president of the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA), Martha's Regional Hospital will now conduct investigations for patients seeking medical help in dying. Previously, the hospital was exempt due to its belief-based identity. The Sisters of St. Martha, the Order of Catholic Nuns who ran the hospital, said in a statement that no suicides were …

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Amazon-owned Whole Food Lowers Medical Services for Part-Time Workers: Report

Some Whole Foods employees will lose their medical care. Amazon's food chain is cutting benefits for part-time workers working at least 20 hours a week, Business Insider reported. The cuts will affect less than 2 percent of Whole Foods' workforce, according to the report. That's almost 1,900 employees who will no longer be able to take out health insurance through …

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The "core inflation" has been rising the most since September 2008, driven by services and now even the special case of durable goods

What would the Fed do if only the economic factors were taken into account? Inflation, as measured by the "core index" of consumer prices eliminating volatile food and energy segments, rose in August at the highest rate in 11 years, to 2.39%, a smidgen above the previous peaks in July 2018 (2.35%), February 2016 (2.33%) and April 2012 (2.32%). The …

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DXC chief executive Mike Lawrie retires – Services

DXC Technology on Wednesday said CEO Mike Lawrie stepped down as CEO and president of the company, while announcing his replacement, formerly Accenture Executive, Mike Salvino. "I just want to thank the global DXC team for all theirs support and all we have accomplished, "he said. "Over these past seven years, it's been my privilege to serve as chairman of …

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Trump Draft's Executive Order Strengthens Fentanyl Postal Services Inspections

WASHINGTON – The Trump administration has drafted an executive order to tighten checks on postal parcels to combat the shipment of counterfeit goods and lethal drugs from other countries, including China. The States Postal Service is stepping up inspections of parcels launched on By air, many people familiar with the draft refused to be named because they had no authority …

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How Trump could use tariffs to combat the French tax on digital services

President Donald Trump Joshua Roberts | Reuters President Donald Trump could act against France's new tax on US technology companies by triggering pungent tariffs on French key commodities, according to trade experts. The French Senate passed a 3% tax on Thursday that will affect American companies like Facebook and Google. The tax, which has already been approved by the French …

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California is the first state to grant tax-financed health services to illegal immigrants

Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-Calif., Signed a bill on Tuesday sanctioning young illegal immigrants for the Medicaid program in California. This made it the first state to offer low-income adults aged 25 and under such tax-financed health benefits State officials said they expected the plan to cover around 90,000 people and cost taxpayers $ 98 million. California already covered children under …

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