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In poor health and unable to work, more seniors ending up homeless (Kansas City Star)
FORT WORTH, Texas - (KRT) - When he was younger, Jay Koster worked as an insurance underwriter, a metal worker and a packager. Now 71, he has a bad hip and is in no shape to work. But he''s not enjoying his twilight years in a comfortable home.
Moody Review, Inc. and Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Company Announce Strategic Alliance (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Company located in Glenview, IL and Moody Review, Inc. of League City, TX jointly announced a strategic alliance to endorse each other''s products to clients, members, prospects, TPAs and other strategic relationships.
Siemens to Buy U.S. Medical Company CTI for $967 Mln (Update5) (Bloomberg.com)
March 18 (Bloomberg) -- Siemens AG, the world''s second- largest maker of medical equipment, agreed to buy CTI Molecular Imaging Inc. for about $967 million as it seeks to challenge larger competitor General Electric Co. in the U.S.
Siemens to Buy U.S. Medical Company CTI for $967 Mln (Update4) (Bloomberg.com)
March 18 (Bloomberg) -- Siemens AG, the world''s second- largest maker of medical equipment, agreed to buy CTI Molecular Imaging Inc. for about $967 million as it seeks to challenge larger competitor General Electric Co. in its home market.
Survey Says: Consumer Concern Growing Over Mold in Homes; Respondents Cite Health Risks to Families (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
First there was radon, then carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds.
Bills could delay health, human services call centers (Daily Sentinel)
The creation of call centers to replace local Health and Human Services Commission offices could be put on hold by several bills currently before the Texas Legislature.
Positions to be lost in waves (Houston Chronicle)
Houston employees of Citicorp Credit Services will be laid off in three waves through year''s end and will be offered a chance to relocate to the company''s other call centers.
Got Mold? Survey Says Consumer Concern Increases Regarding Mold in the Home (Insurance Journal)
First there was radon, then carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds. Now the latest home invader is mold and, in a national survey released by CertainTeed Corporation and conducted for them
High School Students Address Teenage Vehicle Deaths by Educating Peers about the Dangers of Risky Driving (The Auto Channel)
LONG BEACH, Calif., March 18 -- A group of teenagers from across the country are hoping to convince their friends that risky behavior behind the wheel can lead to death. The program is called Project Ignition ( http://www.sfprojectignition.com/ ). Sponsored by State Farm(R) and coordinated by the National Youth Leadership Council (NYLC), teams of students from 25 schools around the county each
PDX Update (Portland Tribune)
City Commissioner Erik Sten is hopeful the city can reach agreement to buy PGE from Enron Corp. without spending much additional money.