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National Safety Council Releases 2014 U.S. Injury and Fatality Statistics

LogoThe National Safety Council has been in operation since 1913. The mission has always been the same: to work with businesses, the public, and government to help prevent deaths and injuries in the workplace, on the road, and within the community by providing research and educational materials on preventable accidents.

Event Hosted by Elite Trader Looks for 1000 Interested in $1,000,000

LogoHow Do I Trade Stocks (http://HowDoITradeStocks.com) prides itself on being a stock trading website of transparency. It carries every trade its founder, John Bannan, has made since the site's beginning more than three years ago. How Do I Trade Stocks has shown an average annual ROI of 60%. Now John Bannan takes to the road across Canada in search of 1000 people who he will make $1,000,000 wealthier through his "Anyone Can Retire in 10 Years" event.

Information Technology: Businesses' Catalyst for Success and Innovation

LogoGlobalization of the economy paved way to the rise of information technology, particularly the development of the Internet and other communication networks. Increasing demands of business transactions and global competition forced companies to devise new business processes to improve business efficiency. Thanks to the internet, new business models were formed, processes were enhanced and information can be distributed anytime and anywhere.

International Aero Products Joining in Mustang 50th Anniversary Celebrations in Las Vegas and Charlotte

LogoInternational AERO Products, AERO, is joining in the worldwide celebration of Mustang’s 50th Anniversary with MRT-Direct. AERO is participating in the Charlotte event at the Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Las Vegas event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway along side the MRT-Direct crew April 16-20th.

Whistleblower Success for Claudine Q. Homolash

LogoThe Pharmaceutical company Astellas Pharma US, Inc. has agreed to pay the United States a total of $7.3 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by illegally marketing and promoting the drug Mycamine® for pediatric use and to pediatric institutions. The settlement resolves allegations brought in a whistleblower action filed in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in March 2010 under the False Claims Act, which permits private citizens to bring lawsuits alleging violations of the Act on behalf of the United States and to share in any recovery. The settlement resolves claims that, between 2005 and 2010, Astellas knowingly marketed and promoted the sale of Mycamine® for pediatric use, which was not a medically accepted indication and, therefore, not covered by federal health care programs. During this timeframe, the FDA approved Mycamine® to treat adult patients suffering from serious and invasive infections caused by the fungus Candida, including infections in the esophagus, the blood and the abdomen, and to prevent Candida infections in adults undergoing stem cell transplants. Up until June 2013, however, Mycamine® was not approved to treat pediatric patients for any use.

Balinese Villa: First Quarter of 2014's Biggest Bitcoin Deal

LogoBitcoin is the most current and renowned type of digital currency among the other existing ones. It is an occasionally maligned virtual currency. The digital money has been widely used, from small transactions such as purchase of sandwiches, to online dating, and at present, a luxury villa in Bali.
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