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October 31, 2016 View email in browser

Appeals court rules against Advocate, NorthShore hospital merger

A federal appeals court has temporarily put the brakes on a merger between two Chicago-area health systems, reversing a lower court’s decision.

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Zombies would rule Chicago in 60 days, a real disease-tracking computer says

Chicago would be overtaken by zombies in 60 days, according to a team of scientists at Argonne National Lab.

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CNN and Fox make plans to cushion painful ratings decline after blockbuster election

On Nov. 9, U.S. cable news networks will wake up with an election-year hangover unlike any before. CNN and Fox News are making plans to fight a ratings decline.

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How bosses can deal with Cubbie fever at work

How can Chicago employers respect employees’ Cubs fandom without compromising standards at the office?

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The $2.4 billion marijuana industry created over 18,000 new jobs in Colorado last year

In 2015, Colorado’s legal marijuana industry created more than 18,000 new full-time jobs and generated $2.4 billion in economic activity, according to a study.

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Corona parent Constellation Brands to buy Mexican brewery for $600M

Constellation Brands to buy another Mexican brewery to meet growing demand.

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Wall Street coders wanted, elite college degrees not necessary

Hacker Rank and competitors are bringing data rigor into coder recruitment in the financial industry, instead of relying only on resumes and interviews.

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