Posts Tagged ‘More’

Needles No More: FDA Approves Inhalable Insulin For Diabetics

Needles No More: FDA Approves Inhalable Insulin For Diabetics

On Friday, the Food and Drug Administration approved inhalable insulin medication for diabetes patients. Los Angeles-based inventor Alfred Mann worked on the inhalable insulin for more than 10 years and has used almost $ 1 billion of his own money for the development of the drug. Mann’s company, MannKind Corp., got approval from the...

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Android Is a Gold Mine … for Microsoft, & 4 More Things to Know Today

Android Is a Gold Mine … for Microsoft, & 4 More Things to Know Today

Filed under: Economic Recovery, IPOs, Mobile Technology, Investing Bloomberg via Getty ImagesSteve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, may wish the Windows Phone operating systems sold better, but there’s a big silver lining for him in the success of rival Android. Here’s a quick rundown from the world of business and economics this morning: the things...

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Yahoo Finance site gets more personal

Yahoo has given its Finance Web site a new look and layout designed to deliver more personalized information. You can now add a list of stocks that you own or want to follow in the upper left corner. The page then displays the current trading price of each one. Clicking on the More button...

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Reddit Co-Founder Wants ‘More Nerds in Office’

Reddit Co-Founder Wants ‘More Nerds in Office’

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanion believes more tech-savvy staffers on the Hill has contributed to Congress backing away from laws curbing Internet freedom. Washington is known for its wonks and hired geeks, but “more nerds in office” would bring more tech savvy to Capitol Hill, says Alexis Ohanion, co-founder of social news website Reddit. Startup...

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Uninsured Like Obamacare More Than Before, Despite Website Woes, Poll Finds

Uninsured Like Obamacare More Than Before, Despite Website Woes, Poll Finds

Filed under: U.S. Government, Health Insurance Getty Images By Lewis Krauskopf Uninsured Americans are showing more interest in the coverage offered under President Barack Obama’s healthcare law despite technical problems that have hindered enrollment through a government website, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll. The glitches have crippled HealthCare.gov, the new online insurance marketplace meant...

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New Seats Let Airlines Squeeze in More Passengers

New Seats Let Airlines Squeeze in More Passengers

Filed under: Travel, Aerospace & Defense, Travel Industry, Consumer Issues, Investing John Mone/APSouthwest Airlines aircraft technicians install newer, skinnier seats on a 737 at the carrier’s headquarters in Dallas. By JOSHUA FREED It’s not your imagination. There really is a tighter squeeze on many planes these days. The big U.S. airlines are taking out...

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Women Are ‘Hypochondriacs’ So Should Pay More Health Insurance, According To Fox’s John Stossel

Women Are ‘Hypochondriacs’ So Should Pay More Health Insurance, According To Fox’s John Stossel

Women are “hypochondriacs” so should pay more health insurance, according to Fox New’s John Stossel. Stossel, who is the host of Fox Business, was appearing on Fox & Friends on Thursday morning when he voiced his opinion. Stossel stated that women should be charged more money because they visit doctors and hospitals “much more...

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Global Warming Experts Make a Surprising Request, & 4 More Things to Know

Global Warming Experts Make a Surprising Request, & 4 More Things to Know

Filed under: Energy, Media, Green, Food & Beverage, Agriculture Getty Images Here’s a quick rundown from the world of business and economics this morning: the things you need to know, and some you’ll just want to know. o. Four of the world’s leading experts on the science of climate change and global warming have...

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