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As the Number of Freestanding ERs Grows, So Does Scrutiny

By David Warren | Aug 24
Freestanding emergency centers have sprouted in recent years across the suburban landscape, taking root in affluent neighborhoods and directly challenging nearby medical clinics and hospitals.

Utah Restaurant Staff to Stop Open-Carrying Guns

Aug 23
A Utah restaurant known for kilt-clad servers who openly carry firearms will have to keep them under wraps starting this week.

Speedo USA Becomes the First Major Sponsor to Drop Lochte

By Paul Newberry | Aug 22
Ryan Lochte lost his first major sponsor when Speedo USA announced it is dropping the swimmer over a drunken incident during the Rio Olympics that he initially described as an armed robbery.

Ex-Wahlburgers Employees Sue, Claiming Denied Wages and Tips

Aug 22
Five former employees of the burger chain founded by celebrity brothers Mark and Donnie Wahlberg are suing the company over what they call "rampant" violations of labor laws.

Judge Rejects $100M Settlement in Key Case with Uber Drivers

By Michael Liedtke | Aug 21
A federal judge has rejected a legal settlement that would have divided up to $100 million among about 380,000 Uber drivers to resolve claims the ride-hailing service has been exploiting them.

Eddie Bauer Says Retail Store Registers Hit by Malware

Aug 21
Eddie Bauer says its retail stores' point-of-sale systems were infected with malware earlier this year, possibly giving hackers access to customers' payment card information.

Target to Spend $20M on Single Stall Restrooms, Christians Continue to Complain

Aug 20
Target's toilet trauma continued this week when after agreeing to spend $20 million on single use restrooms, the religious right continued to complain.

Stalking, Scientology and Sex: Gawker's Biggest Moments

By Mae Anderson | Aug 19
Here are some of the biggest - and most notorious - stories during Gawker's nearly 14-year tenure.

Lowe's Cashes In On Housing Rally, Just Not As Much As Rival

Aug 19
The nation's two biggest home improvement stores may sell many of the same goods, yet the benefits of a sustained U.S. housing recovery seems to be streaming mostly toward one of them.

When Life Insurance Companies Don't Pay

Aug 19
Audits of leading life insurance companies have uncovered a systematic, industry-wide practice of not paying significant numbers of beneficiaries.

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