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Advisory Board Said to Interview Banks About Possible Sale

The Advisory Board Company is considering strategic options, including a sale of the company, after disclosing that an activist investor has secured an 8.3 percent stake in the company.

Athenahealth (ATHN) Q4 2016 Results – Earnings Call Transcript

During its earnings call, Athenahealth CFO Karl Stubelis addressed the Q4 revenue miss that led to a 14 percent drop in share prices on Friday, and reported that the company closed 52 deals with hospitals and health systems in 2016.

What’s a serial entrepreneur to do when the world is topsy-turvy?

Crain’s Chicago Business profiles Glen Tullman.

ESPN’s Jason Pierre-Paul Statement

ESPN settles a lawsuit brought by New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul after ESPN published images from his medical record confirming that he lost his finger after a fireworks accident.

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  1. Surprised that this did not make it to your Monday News. Hospitals associated with SSM Health were fined by Wisconsin for not offering emergency contraceptive health and being non-compliant with the law. A few other hospitals were fined as well but SSM is noteworthy because they cited that being a Catholic organization was one of the reasons for them not following the law. http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/local/wisconsin/2017/02/05/wisconsin-fines-22-hospitals-over-not-offering-emergency-contraception-rape-victims/97524914/

    That, and the fact that religious organizations like SSM are creating monopolies through acquisitions can mean that women in many areas of the country may not have access to safe contraception and abortion. This will only get exacerbated with the GOP’s war on Planned Parenthood.

    Now, I have no problem at all with places like SSM, Mercy, Providence, CHI etc. following their religious convictions – as long as it does not happen on tax-payer’s dime. Go ahead and get rid of “charitable organization” moniker, ask for parishioners to make up for the financial void and deny safe choices to women to your heart’s content.







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