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Mortgage rates fall; 30-year fixed at 3.75%, Freddie Mac says

Mortgage interest rates fell for the first time in four weeks, with Freddie Mac’s survey showing lenders offering conventional 30-year fixed-rate loans at an average of 3.75%, down from 3.8% a week ago.
Business – Los Angeles Times

Top CEOs have best sales expectations in three years, survey says

Chief executives at the largest U.S. companies are more optimistic about the state of the economy, and their outlook for sales over the next six months is the best in three years, according to a new survey.
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Enrollment extension decision potentially two weeks away, Burwell says

The Obama administration may take as many as two weeks before deciding whether to extend open enrollment for consumers who realize they’ll face a hefty tax penalty for not obtaining health insurance coverage this year.
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H3N2 viruses fuel ‘epidemic’ levels of flu season deaths, CDC says

Deaths due to influenza and pneumonia have hit "epidemic" levels in the U.S. as flu activity became widespread in 36 states, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Officials reported 837 flu and pneumonia deaths to the CDC through its 122 Cities Mortality Reporting System during the 51st week of the year. Those deaths accounted for 6.8% of the 12,358 total deaths that week, just meeting the epidemic threshold. The area that includes cities in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin reported 151 deaths, the most among the nine regions in the system. Another 147 deaths were tallied in the Pacific region, which includes California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii. – Physician Leadership News

Tennessee governor says decision on Medicaid expansion close

Gov. Bill Haslam said Friday that he’s talked with nine Republican governors who have expanded Medicaid for low-income people in their states, and he plans to announce what he will do by the end of the month.
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Apple “Frustrated” that “People Don’t Want to Pay Anything” on Mobile, Says ‘The Banner Saga’ Developer

Source: – Thursday, July 24, 2014
There's a very interesting interview over on Polygon with Stoic Studios, developers of the hit tactical adventure title The Banner Saga which launched on Steam back in January and is on its way to the iPad . In the interview Stoic touches on what it's like developing a game as a fledgling indie studio, and two things in particular really stood out to me. First they talk about how the introduction of the iPad and Superbrothers' Sword & Sworcery game were two key factors that made the team realize that "going indie" was something they could be successful at. Talking about the trepidation of leaving their jobs at larger game companies and forming their own studio, Stoic co-founder Arnie Jorgensen says "And then I got an iPad and picked up Sword & Sworcery , which is a badass art game. It blew my mind — it was a small team, and I thought, 'Wow, this is really possible now.' That's what kind of kicked off the whole idea of staying in games, which I love, but I could move to a smaller team and go independent and still make a living. The iPad, I think, kicked that whole thing into gear." Another interesting point related to that is that the aforementioned port of The Banner Saga to iPad has been relatively painless, mostly because they designed the user interface from the start to be playable with just one finger. "You could play the entire game on PC with your left mouse button." says John Watson, also a Stoic co-founder. The Banner Sa

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