Stocks break a record
Optimism in the economy helped push the Nasdaq to a new high and put the Dow back near 21,000.
The four-story, 43,000-square-foot location is slated to open in 2019.
Instead of watching helplessly as patients turn to Yelp to vet potential doctors, the state's largest health system is embracing online reviews.
Fresenius SE, Europe's biggest publicly traded health care provider, agreed to buy the drugmaker to bolster its medicines division.
Illinois and New York have approved as much as $10 billion in subsidies to keep struggling reactors open. Lawmakers in Ohio, Connecticut and New Jersey are debating whether to do the same.
Repercussions from the passenger-dragging incident will be felt throughout the airline, from management on down.
Both Moody's and S&P rank Illinois only two steps above junk with negative outlooks, signaling the rating could fall again.
The former Illinois congressman argues that the charges are grounded on ambiguous House spending rules and that his prosecution undermines longstanding protections for members of Congress.
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