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business

Drug slang
A regional term for injection paraphernalia.

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(1) Any particular occupation or employment engaged in for livelihood or gain, such as agriculture, trade, art or profession.
(2) Financial dealings; buying and selling; commercial traffic, mercantile transactions.

business

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Patient discussion about business

Q. How do people with Bipolar Disorder make it in today's business world? It's competitive, and it seems stability/happiness is out of reach because being bipolar you feel are out of touch.

A. There are jobs you can manage- being a writer (if you have the gift), being a freelancer, nothing you need to commit for more then few months a year. And if you take the meds and they are helping- just keep taking them.

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Dual Pinnacle winners included McDougall Communications (digital marketing not-for-profit and B2B integrated marketing campaign for-profit); Dixon Schwabl (in the not-for-profit categories of most improved tactic and social media initiative); WordRapp (for-profit categories of influencer marketing and B2C integrated marketing campaign); CaterTrax (for-profit categories of website and small budget campaign); and MCC (in not-for-profit online advertising and B2C integrated marketing campaign).
Minnesota granted those tax breaks, protected them from competition from for-profit companies, and gave them exclusive rights to run public health care programs in the expectation that they would act in the public interest, he said.
nursing programs and graduates by ownership type between 2007 and 2016, found a 14-fold increase in the number of graduates from for-profit nursing programs during the study period, as well as a fivefold increase in the total number of for-profit nursing programs.
This century has been a dramatic era for the for-profit higher-education industry.
Many potential students are faced with two choices: non-selective public institutions, such as area community colleges, or for-profit colleges, which are also typically non-selective.
Phil Murphy, who appointed him--appears to be the first state attorney general to issue such a call to the federal government during this time of reckoning for for-profit colleges.
In his report, Halperin argued that although presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has absorbed most of the heat in recent weeks over lawsuits involving his unaccredited real estate program called (http://www.ibtimes.com/trump-university-instructors-documents-reveal-sales-push-max-out-credit-cards-2378110) Trump University , there are several other high-profile Americans who are just as guilty of promoting the for-profit school sector over the past few years.
Department of Education has accused some for-profit colleges of predatory practices, including fraud in some cases.
Geneson compared the strategies of for-profit and nonprofit issuers by looking at counties in which for-profit issuers are competing with nonprofit issuers, and getting the price and issuer type for the cheapest plans in those counties.
For the giant for-profit chain founded just 20 years ago, the fall from grace was aided by lawsuits from several state attorneys general and the federal government, and investigations by the SEC.