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Are Young Richland County Business Owners Growing Up? | Solutions

Editor’s note This is Part I of a 2-part series on Richland County’s Young Entrepreneurs. MANSFIELD — The smell of cinnamon and hints of 50 different teas greet guests at 101 N. Main Street. Indie rock or classic R&B blasts from the speakers, and 3rd Cup Tea owner Braxton Daniels offers tips on which teas …

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Atrium Health completes merger with Chicago Health System. What does this mean for Wake Forest Baptist?

Atrium Health, the parent of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, said Friday it has completed its megamerger with Advocate Aurora, forming the nation’s fifth-largest health system with 67 hospitals and 150,000 employees in six states. The merger announcement came a day after Josh Stein, North Carolina’s attorney general, gave a tepid approval on Thursday. The …

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Since 1897: Monopole celebrates 125 years in business | News

PLATTSBURGH — “I’m sure Plattsburgh has changed a lot, everything but Monopole.” That was Monopole owner Corey Rosoff’s recollection of a quote from “Brothers and Sisters” actor David Annable during a commencement speech at SUNY Plattsburgh in 2009 after Annable returned to complete a B.A. , which he had put off for Hollywood. The quote …

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“Family Problem” Fix Makes Thousands Qualify For Cheaper Insurance | Health news

The “open enrollment” window for purchasing subsidized health care from the federal government opened on November 1st and runs through January 15th. Here’s the bigger news: Fixing the so-called “family problem” means thousands more people could now qualify for cheaper insurance — but I don’t know it. “We’re concerned that if people checked into this …

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Jim Hawkins leaves a legacy in Waco business, philanthropy

James Ray Hawkins, a longtime Waco businessman and philanthropist who with his wife, Nell, hosted countless community and social events at their Hawksden estate near Lake Waco, has died after a long illness. Hawkins was 86 when he died on Nov. 22, according to information provided by the family. A memorial service is scheduled for …

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Carlisle Curio Market to showcase oddities, fun ahead of the festive season

What do the circus, holiday shopping and germs have in common? All three will be featured at Miss Ruth’s Time Bomb Curio Market this Saturday. The event, which is back for the first time since 2019, will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Carlisle Expo Center at 100 K St. “It’s …

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A drop in investment income sent Novant to a bigger loss in the third quarter

Novant Health Inc. remained on track for a significant financial loss in fiscal 2022, driven mostly by another quarterly decline in investment income. The health system reported Tuesday that it had a loss of $145.08 million in the third quarter, compared with a surplus of $69.33 million a year earlier. Excess revenue in a for-profit …

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Investment income portfolio continues to drag Wake Forest’s fiscal 2022 financial results

Deteriorating investment income performance, along with higher personnel costs, contributed to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center reporting a loss of $354.86 million through the three quarters of fiscal 2022 on Wednesday. By comparison, Baptist had $339.15 million in excess revenue during the same period in fiscal 2021. In a for-profit organization, “surplus revenue” is analogous …

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