The health care overhaul is prompting some schools to reduce adjunct professors' work time to avoid paying for health insurance.
Share prices for this coffee company are in position to soar 63% as it rebounds from a stunning plunge. Here's why.
The streets were eerily empty Friday as residents obeyed requests to stay home. The city's economy is strong enough to withstand the shutdown, however.
Moviegoers are vowing to boycott the country's biggest theater chain after it slashes employees' hours to avoid the new law.
They're grappling with whether to continue offering employee health insurance -- and many are saying they won't.
Brewers let their creativity percolate this weekend, competing on signature beverages and technical skills.
Bernie Marcus, who co-founded Home Depot in 1979, says the massive health care insurance overhaul will 'kill off small business.'
The company believes it will be able to post comparable sales growth of about 3.5% in the long run.
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