What to Know About Industry 4.0

For a while now, it has seemed that progressing technology has put society one step closer to the next great

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Get Ready for More Pain at the Pump

Thanks to a steady economy and low inflation, many drivers may have shrugged off the cost of fueling up over

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The Impact of Automation and Artificial Intelligence: Part 2

Science fiction once imagined a world with self-driving cars and robot-powered assembly lines. While robots have yet to replace humans

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The Rise of Retail Health Care

Last time you walked through the supermarket, you may have noticed that the pharmacy expanded with some sort of clinic.

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3 More Local Story Ideas on the New Tax Law

Taxes never sleep. While the time to file taxes has passed, and people have either received a refund or paid

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What to Know When Covering International Graduates

It’s the height of college graduation season nationwide, and what follows for these soon-to-be graduates is finding a job. But

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The Lurking Danger of Medical Device Hackers

The hacking of medical devices is a huge concern due to its potential to harm patients and wreak havoc on

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The Impact of Automation and Artificial Intelligence: Part 1

Automation has already shaken up many blue collar industries, but it’s set to change white collar industries as well. Revenue

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Business Stories of the Week: May 18, 2018

  Trump misses deadline to fix NAFTA Negotiations to set new trade rules for the North American Free Trade Agreement,

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Researching Fraudulent Organizations in Health Care

When Charles Piller, an investigative correspondent at Science magazine and contributing writer at Stat, started investigating Proove Biosciences, it was

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What Business Journalists Should Know About Quantum Computing

Google is at it again with another innovation, and this time it’s on the hardware end of quantum computing, which

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Business Angles for Covering Summer Concerts

With summer approaching, today’s biggest stars like Beyonce, Taylor Swift, U2 and the Foo Fighters are gearing up to go

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9 Facts on Mining Cryptocurrencies

In 2009 Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency to hit the market. Coinmarket.com shows all of the existing cryptocurrencies today, with

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Questions to Ask When Covering Health Care and Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is a big buzzword in discussions about the future of healthcare, as well as other industries. In fact,

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Politics and the Vaping Industry

We explored the health risks of vaping and its increasing use among middle- and high-school age students in a post

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What You Should Know About 3-D Printing

Polymer-based 3-D printers have been around for a while, being made available at libraries for STEM projects and businesses for

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Business Stories of the Week: Friday, May 4, 2018

Scrutiny against Starbucks anti-bias advisory team After the highly-publicized arrest of two black men in a Philadelphia Starbucks, the company

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Questions to Ask When Covering Property Taxes

In many parts of the country, spring is the time of year when homeowners get their assessment for property taxes,

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Fred W. Smith of Reynolds Foundation Has Died

Fred W. Smith, chairman of the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, was a tough, focused newsman of integrity who led the

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The Swimming Pool Economy: Making a Splash

Summer is coming. Although it’s only spring, swimming pool owners across the country are working to get their pools ready

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Business Stories of the Week: Friday, April 27, 2018

More businesses keep it casual Walmart, which has a relatively strict dress code, is now allowing some employees to wear

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