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Trump calls for $18 billion cut to HHS funding

President Donald Trump’s budget proposal includes an $ 18 billion cut to HHS funds while encouraging the agency to launch more initiatives to battle the opioid epidemic.
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Improper Medicare payments drop by nearly $5 billion

The CMS on Tuesday unveiled that the number of improper payments doled out by Medicare is the lowest it’s been since 2013, accounting for less than 10% of overall Medicare payments.
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Boy Scouts President Has 85 Billion Reasons To Excuse Trump’s Speech

Source: – Sunday, July 30, 2017

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Microsoft To Buy LinkedIn For $26.2 Billion In Cash

Microsoft will pay all cash for the professional social network in its biggest acquisition ever. Most popular stories

Can These Panties Disrupt the $15 Billion Feminine Hygiene Market?

Miki Agrawal is out to change how the world thinks about women’s periods. In an age when women have made enormous strides in everything from workplace and academic equality, comfort in demanding what we want in bed and access to birth control and abortions – we still squirm when talking about […] Most popular stories

How Jessica Alba Built A $1 Billion Company, And $200 Million Fortune, Selling Parents Peace Of Mind

Actress Jessica Alba has quickly built a personal $ 200 million fortune, and she’s done it the hard way, in a field that has nothing to do with showbiz: selling natural, nontoxic household goods to helicopter parents. Most popular stories

Deal allots $17 billion for overhaul of VA healthcare system

House and Senate negotiators announced an agreement Monday on legislation that would allocate about $ 17 billion to overhaul the Department of Veterans Affairs’ sprawling and beleaguered health care system. But the deal does not give the department everything that officials there have said is needed to fix its problems. The agreement set off a frantic rush on Capitol Hill to gather signatures from members of the conference committee working on the bill so that it could be put to a vote of the full House and Senate before lawmakers adjourn for an August recess on Friday. – Physician Leadership News

Steve Ballmer Said To Offer $1.8 Billion For Los Angeles Clippers

Former CEO Steve Ballmer has offered $ 1.8 billion for the Los Angeles Clippers, according to a person familiar with Ballmer’s interest in the NBA team. Ballmer, who retired as Microsoft’s CEO four months ago, has a net worth of $ 20 billion. Another source, with intimate knowledge of the bids that Rochelle Sterling has thus far received for the basketball team, said offers have come in between $ 1 billion and $ 2 billion and that the Ballmer package is strong. Most popular stories

Facebook to Buy Oculus VR for $2 Billion, Expand the Technology Beyond Gaming

Source: – Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Facebook has just announced that it's acquiring Oculus VR, the company who created the virtual reality headgear Oculus VR that's taking the gaming world by storm over the past year or so. The deal is worth roughly $ 2 billion in both cash and Facebook stock, as well as additional cash payouts that will come should Oculus reach certain milestones set by Facebook. The Oculus Rift has become a fairly household name since its initial successful funding via Kickstarter back in August of 2012, and had been the talk of the town by pretty much anyone who has tried the device for themselves. It's widely considered the device that will finally bring virtual reality technology to the mainstream. During GDC last week, even Sony announced their own VR headset to work with the Playstation 4. Virtual reality feels like "the next big thing" in gaming and it's largely thanks to Oculus's impressive tech and affordable pricing. Oculus Rift has even made a splash in the world of mobile, as in July of last year Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe talked about how far mobile hardware has advanced and that they envisioned the Oculus Rift being something that could just run directly from your mobile device. This was further hammered home the following October when Oculus Rift support was officially announced for Android, with iOS still a hopeful goal assuming they could work around Apple's more strict App Store guidelines. According to Mark Zuckerberg, it appears t

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Hilton plans to raise as much as $2.4 billion in IPO

Hilton Worldwide Holdings said it plans to raise as much as $ 2.4 billion in an initial public offering, in what would be the biggest IPO ever for a hotel company.
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