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10 Ways to Scale a Business from Startup to a Huge Company, According to These Titans
Entrepreneur.com

Growth tips from people who've done it successfully themselves. more…

How to Get a Job at Apple
Glassdoor.com

Real employees and interviewees reveal how they got an interview, what the process entailed, and what it's like to be an employee. more…

Beto O'Rourke Calls For A 'Moonshot' To Combat Climate Change
Npr.org

Former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke told NPR's Steve Inskeep that "we're going to have to free ourselves from the dependence we have on fossil fuels and that means a greater investment in solar and wind." more…

Dispensed: The inside story of uBiome, a visit to the largest health system in New York, and what it's like to take a 'biotech for dummies' course
Business Insider

Hello, Welcome to this week's edition of Dispensed, our weekly healthcare newsletter here at Business Insider, where we're recovering from sugar rushes induced by a company-wide summer party last night. If you're following along with what's happening on the h… more…

IMF head Christine Lagarde warns of the dangers of big tech's push into finance (GOOGL, AAPL, AMZN, BABA)
Business Insider

This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence Digital Health Pro subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde… more…

The FDA has tapped Merck, Walmart, KPMG, and IBM for a blockchain pilot to track prescription drugs (IMB, WMT, MRK)
Business Insider

This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence Digital Health Pro subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tapped drug maker Merck, r… more…

uBiome convinced Silicon Valley that testing poop was worth $600 million. Then the FBI came knocking. Here’s the inside story.
Business Insider

Silicon Valley health startup uBiome is in hot water on the heels of an FBI raid in April. Founded in 2012, uBiome raised $105 million from investors on the promise of exploring the microbiome, a 'forgotten organ.' As uBiome advanced from a citizen science pr… more…

Facebook Stock Rises as Company Prepares to Unveil Its Cryptocurrency
Entrepreneur.com

The tech giant's cryptocurrency reportedly has backing from traditional payment firms and other billion-dollar businesses. more…

5 things that resilient teams do differently
Fastcompany.com

They talk about burnout openly. Challenges are inevitable in any organization—whether they’re an early-stage startup or an established industry heavyweight, and whether they employ 20 people or 1,000. For companies to maintain high-performance and well-being,… more…

The Ultimate Guide to Press Release Distribution
Hubspot.com

To thrive as a small business, you need press coverage. But, unfortunately, coverage doesn’t just come naturally -- you need to work for it. more…

High Line milestones, Iowa’s big stink, Muscle Beach makeover: News from around our 50 states
USA Today

Muhammad Ali’s Pennsylvania training camp opens to public, Illinois dispensaries prepare for legal pot, and more more…

USA Today

California woman to be first ever to lead Army infantry division, Utah mom rejects secrecy around intersex children, and more more…

Black Hills yaks, serious senioritis on campus, Pony Express: News from around our 50 states
USA Today

Tennessee man’s talk with tiny son an instant classic, White House fence about to get a lot taller in D.C., and more more…

Draft bill reignites U.S. debate over patenting human genes
Sciencemag.org

A congressional proposal to expand the range of inventions eligible for a U.S. patent is drawing protest from scientific societies and patient advocates. The draft bill, released last month by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, would reverse Supreme Court decis… more…

Books to Understand Economics
Filmlifestyle.com

If you're looking to grow your financial knowledge, then you need our list of the best economics books of all time. This list may change your life. more…

How Cars Transformed Policing
Bostonreview.net

Before the mass adoption of the car, most communities barely had a police force and citizens shared responsibility for enforcing laws. Then the car changed everything. more…

Next Avenue: Caution: gadgets designed to keep older adults safe may be invasive to privacy
Nextavenue.org

High-tech caregiving products can listen in or give away a senior’s location, among other things. more…

The real reason companies like Target are offering paid parental leave and child-care
Marketwatch.com

Experts praise corporations like Target for introducing family-friendly policies, but say America needs systemic change. more…

The Wall Street Journal: Drugmakers file lawsuit to block rule requiring drug prices in TV ads
The Wall Street Journal

Three pharmaceutical companies sued the federal government Friday to prevent a proposal requiring drug manufacturers include the list price of prescription drugs in television ads, the latest volley by the industry as it faces criticism over escalating cost o… more…

How The Corporate Wellness Market Has Exploded: Meet The Latest Innovators In The Space
Forbes.com

Corporate Wellness has exploded in recent years. Meet 4 innovators who are helping improve employee wellbeing, both physical and mental. more…