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Medical Admin Embezzled $500,000 From Office

Medical Admin Embezzled $500,000 From Office (0)

Bordeaux’s Legendary Châteaux Are Now Open for Meals and Sleepovers

Bordeaux’s Legendary Châteaux Are Now Open for Meals and Sleepovers (0)

The wine region of Bordeaux, long willfully fusty, is in the midst of a modern tourist boom. Last year saw the opening of the swirling aluminum-and-glass La Cité du Vin, a spectacular high-tech museum devoted to wine and culture. And this July brought a two-hour high-speed train link from Paris.
BMW’s new take on luxury

BMW’s new take on luxury (0)

Why Are Chinese Tourists Depressing Diamond Prices?

Why Are Chinese Tourists Depressing Diamond Prices? (0)

China’s newfound penchant for luxury travel poses the latest threat to a turnaround for the $80 billion diamond industry.
Fearless pilot becomes internet celeb after taking selfies from outside the cockpit at 30,000ft

Fearless pilot becomes internet celeb after taking selfies from outside the cockpit at 30,000ft (0)

As pilots, they are trained to be risk averse - especially mid-flight.
New Smart Toys Doing Parents’ Work

New Smart Toys Doing Parents’ Work (0)

Welcome to the Internet of toys — an age that promises a cute animatronic to take on even the most tedious of parental tasks.
5 Sneaky Ways To Get Luxury Treatment On An Economy Budget

5 Sneaky Ways To Get Luxury Treatment On An Economy Budget (0)

We all want to live it up on a vacation. After all, who doesn't love the idea of flying first class or getting room service? As amazing the five-star treatment sounds, these indulgences can be a huge hit on your savings for most people — unless you've been blessed with a jackpot or bottomless funds.
Advances In Manufacturing Are Paving The Way For New Medicines

Advances In Manufacturing Are Paving The Way For New Medicines (0)

Misguided regulation helped create the drug price crisis

Misguided regulation helped create the drug price crisis (0)

We should have seen the drug price crisis coming. Over thirty years ago Robert Bork, chief architect of modern antitrust law, warned “predation by abuse of government procedures, including administrative and judicial procedures, presents an increasingly dangerous threat to competition.” Bork devoted an entire chapter of his seminal book, The Antitrust Paradox, on predation through governmental processes. Drug regulation is a fertile environment for the type of abuse that Bork spoke of. And yet, we often enact regulations that provide competitors the chance to shield themselves from competition.
Patients frustrated, vulnerable after medical records left in Denver alley

Patients frustrated, vulnerable after medical records left in Denver alley (0)

Patients said they felt frustrated and vulnerable after learning their medical records were left in a Denver alley, a move a chiropractor responsible for the files called an accident.