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Moody's: Cyber Attacks Are a Growing Risk for Corporate Credit
Cybersecurity

Moody's: Cyber Attacks Are a Growing Risk for Corporate Credit

The ratings agency says it does not 'explicitly incorporate' cyber attack risk in its analysis, but is paying more attention to it.
How to Map Out the Maddening World of Health Care Plans
Health Insurance

How to Map Out the Maddening World of Health Care Plans

Here are ways to help your employees choose the best health insurance options.
Tariq Hilaly
What Leaders Can Learn From America's No. 1 Cancer Center
Control What You Can

What Leaders Can Learn From America's No. 1 Cancer Center

When his wife got sick, Michael Lee Stallard learned that a place's attitude can help heal as much as the medicine it provides.
Michael Lee Stallard
Zenefits Rolls Out Free Software to Help Businesses Comply With Health-Care Requirements
Zenefits

Zenefits Rolls Out Free Software to Help Businesses Comply With Health-Care Requirements

With employers facing new Affordable Care Act reporting requirements in 2016, one human-resources tech company is automating the process.
Catherine Clifford
How One Company Is Mining Big Data to Fight Diabetes
Health

How One Company Is Mining Big Data to Fight Diabetes

Glooko's diabetes-management platform allows patients and doctors more information, and investors are interested.
Is Your Wellness Program a Slave to Fads or Backed by Science?
Wellness Plans

Is Your Wellness Program a Slave to Fads or Backed by Science?

As a leader, it's in your best interests to keep your employees healthy. Unfortunately, the glut of misinformation circulating on TV and the Internet makes it difficult to separate bunk from best practices.
Chris Cutter
For the First Time Ever, 3-D Printed Pill Receives FDA Approval
Health Care

For the First Time Ever, 3-D Printed Pill Receives FDA Approval

Its use case is narrow, but the FDA's stamp of approval could have broader implications for the way we create customized medicine.
Laura Entis
Ebola Vaccine Shown to Be 'Highly Effective'
Medicine

Ebola Vaccine Shown to Be 'Highly Effective'

Interim analysis of a trial to protect against the deadly disease has been shown to, thus far, be successful.
Catherine Clifford
5 Exciting Ways Health-Tech Startups Are Improving Lives
Health Care

5 Exciting Ways Health-Tech Startups Are Improving Lives

These companies are doing more than creating fitness apps -- they're improving lives in many fundamental ways.
Zach Cutler
Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare Subsidies
Health Care

Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare Subsidies

The court ruled that the federal subsidies that help people pay for their health plans are legal under the Affordable Care Act.
A Franchisee Committed to Helping Seniors Stay in Their Homes
Franchise Players

A Franchisee Committed to Helping Seniors Stay in Their Homes

With a Right at Home franchise, Laura Greenway-Balnar found the perfect application for her gerontology nursing expertise.
Entrepreneur Staff
5 Exploding Niches Within Tech
Technology

5 Exploding Niches Within Tech

From education to the environment, startups are seeking to dominate these hot fields.
Zach Cutler
Are You Deducting Your Health-Care Expenses Properly?
Taxes

Are You Deducting Your Health-Care Expenses Properly?

Tax and legal expert Mark Kohler says small businesses need to know what their health-care options are or they won't get the proper writeoffs.
Kate Taylor
Google's Next Goal: Trying to Improve Robot-Assisted Surgery
Google

Google's Next Goal: Trying to Improve Robot-Assisted Surgery

Through a new partnership with Johnson & Johnson, Google is coming to an operating room near you.
Kim Lachance Shandrow