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Fox 6 seeks replacement for longtime anchor Brad Hicks

Longtime WITI-TV (Channel 6) anchor Brad Hicks has left the station, which is seeking a replacement to co-anchor its market-leading 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. newscasts. WITI-TV president and general manager Chuck Steinmetz confirmed reports that Hicks...

FC Cincinnati wins first MLS match in home opener: PHOTOS

FC Cincinnati officially brought Major League Soccer to the University of Cincinnati’s Nippert Stadium with a bang on Sunday. FCC recorded its first MLS win against the Portland Timbers in front of a sold out crowd of more than 32,250 with a score of ...

How Willie Nelson throws a party during SXSW

It's hard to think of a more iconic Austin musician than Willie Nelson. It helps explain why both South by Southwest attendees and major companies flock to Nelson's annual Luck Reunion, held each spring on Nelson's ranch in Spicewood, about 30 miles w...

Not fooling around: Maggie Dorn talks about investing and Buffalo

Maggie Dorn’s first exposure to The Motley Fool came in a 2002 economics class at Nardin Academy in Buffalo. Fast-forward through a bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College, a D.C.-based job as a web marketing analyst, enrolling in a graduate program at ...

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HCA buys one of the country’s largest private nursing schools

March 14th, 2019|Comments Off on HCA buys one of the country’s largest private nursing schools

HCA Healthcare Inc. has purchased a majority stake in one of the nation's largest private nursing schools, the company announced Thursday. HCA (NYSE: HCA) is one of the largest employers of nurses in the country, with more than 94,000 working across t...

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Executive Pursuits: Springtime fishing brings questions, answers

March 20th, 2019|Comments Off on Executive Pursuits: Springtime fishing brings questions, answers

It's the first day of spring. Time to gather your fishing gear, go to the library or bookstore, and prepare to collect your thoughts. Even if you don’t catch what you are looking for, you’ll still be glad you made the trip.

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Professional services firm using LPGA Phoenix tourney to boost global brand

March 20th, 2019|Comments Off on Professional services firm using LPGA Phoenix tourney to boost global brand

A partnership with global professional services firm Aon is meant to highlight how players weigh risk/reward decisions and to reintroduce consumers to a changing brand.

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FDA approves Sage’s first-ever treatment for postpartum depression

March 19th, 2019|

The FDA has approved Cambridge biopharma Sage Therapeutics' first product, a drug that the company says will be the first product specifically designed to treat postpartum depression. Zulresso is Sage's (Nasdaq: SAGE) first product to reach the marke...

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Jury finds Bayer’s Roundup as factor in cancer case

A federal jury in San Francisco ruled Tuesday that the weedkiller Roundup, a product developed by Monsanto that was acquired by Bayer, played a significant role in a man’s cancer.  Edwin Hardeman, a California resident, used the weedkiller in his yard...

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FDA approves Sage’s first-ever treatment for postpartum depression

The FDA has approved Cambridge biopharma Sage Therapeutics' first product, a drug that the company says will be the first product specifically designed to treat postpartum depression. Zulresso is Sage's (Nasdaq: SAGE) first product to reach the marke...

By | March 19th, 2019|Categories: Healthcare|

WMC’s Bauer emphasizes ‘seriousness’ of workforce issues after new report

After his organization published its latest analysis of Wisconsin's workforce last week, Kurt Bauer is scared, noting he "can't emphasize the seriousness of what this means enough." As part of its Future Wisconsin Project, Wisconsin Manufacturers and ...

By | March 19th, 2019|Categories: Budget and Tax|