Published in Bloomberg September 24, 2009 by Peter Eichenbaum
American Express Co., the credit- card issuer that repaid the U.S. bank bailout program, plans to reverse compensation cuts imposed seven months ago because the economic outlook has improved.
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Expert Perspective by Grahall’s Arlene Brewster, Licensed Psychologist
In the continuing health care debate, changing the way medical service is delivered continues to take a distant back seat to the financing discussion. Yet changing health care delivery is critically important in trying to control the rapidly escalating costs. While controlling “waste and fraud” are admirable goals, that phrase is also stand-in for not doing anything to fundamentally change the system.
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