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Breakingviews columnists talk about the digital threat to the $70 bln annual market for U.S. TV ads, and why media companies should prepare for the carnage that decimated print advertising.

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Apple stock fell despite better-than-expected results. During the regular trading session, the major stock indexes fell. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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Apple revises fourth quarter expectations, saying revenues could come in lighter than current forecasts, and misses some targets for iPhone sales, putting pressure on its stock despite an overall earnings beat. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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A city measure requiring retailers to warn cellphone customers about radiation exposure is on hold pending a lawsuit from the wireless industry.

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The so-called Cadillac tax, to be imposed starting in 2018 on plans costing over a certain amount, is prompting companies and unions to come together to call for its repeal.

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The Federal Constitutional Court ruled that it is illegal for the federal government to pay parents who chose to care for their toddlers at home.

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Small HealthCare Practice Funding News: Target blames weather for poor earnings + MORE 05/24/2018

Despite Target's strong online sales growth, investors are worried that the company is spending too much to catch up to Amazon..... More »

Small HealthCare Practice Funding News: Reader’s Notebook: Total Recall: A Reader’s Guide to Memory Gain + MORE 01/08/2018

There are a host of recent books on battling forgetfulness. Just in time for the new year — and a fresh start — our writer spent a month testing out some of their solutions..... More »

Small HealthCare Practice Funding News: Cashless society getting closer, survey finds + MORE 04/26/2017

A new survey by ING reveals that more than a third of European and American consumers would be happy to go cashless and use electronic forms of payment. Saskia O'Donoghue reports .... More »

Small HealthCare Practice Funding News: Trump’s Doctor Accused of Handing Out Ambien. D.E.A. Calls the Practice Illegal. + MORE 04/27/2018

If Dr. Ronny Jackson gave sleeping pills to reporters and staff on long flights abroad, he broke the law, a D.E.A. spokesman said. “You could be prosecuted.”.... More »