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Icahn’s Last Chance on Dell

Original publication date: 
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 - 10:22

Carl C. Icahn may have given up his campaign to block Dell Inc. from going private in a vote on Thursday.

These Men Could Kill SarbOx

Original publication date: 
Thursday, November 19, 2009 (All day)

From the marbled corridors of Congress to the tony salons of Georgetown, liberal lawmakers are abuzz with ideas on how to rein in U.S. corporations. Yet over in the courts, two conservative lawyers are mounting a serious challenge to a law, enacted earlier in the decade, that imposed tough restrictions on American businesses.

To Be Old, Frail And Evicted: Patients at Risk

As Nursing Homes Shift Focus To Short-Term Rehab Care, Families Must Look Elsewhere
Original publication date: 
Thursday, August 7, 2008 (All day)

Since Jasmine Nguyen collapsed nine years ago, apparently from a seizure, the 32-year-old has lived in a nursing home in Lodi, Calif., dependent on a ventilator to breathe and the facility's staff for her daily needs.

Spread of Records Stirs Patient Fears Of Privacy Erosion

Ms. Galvin's Insurer Studies Psychotherapist's Notes; A Dispute Over the Rules Complaint Tally Hits 23,896
Original publication date: 
Tuesday, December 26, 2006 (All day)

After her fiance died suddenly, Patricia Galvin left New York for San Francisco in 1996 and took a job as a tax lawyer for a large law firm. A few years later, she began confiding to a psychologist at Stanford Hospital &Clinics about her relationships with family, friends and co-workers.

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