Daily Archives: January 8, 2018

Practice Fusion acquired by Allscripts for $100 million in cash

Practice Fusion, a start-up from the crowded electronic medical records market, was acquired on Monday for $100 million, two years after bankers were expecting to take the company public at a $1.5 billion valuation. Allscripts announced the cash deal in a press Discharge along with also said the cost is usually “subject to adjustment for working capital along with also ...

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How the 'Grey's Anatomy' Firefighter Spinoff Will Stand Out via the Medical Hit

How much of the Grey’s Anatomy DNA will be included inside the firefighter spinoff? Creator Stacy Keach noted at ABC’s Television Critics Association press tour that will because the midseason show exists inside the same universe as the mothership, elements of what’s made the franchise successful remain true. nevertheless there will be a heightened energy — along with allows for ...

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Far-Right Activist Charles Johnson Has Sued Twitter Over His Suspension

For years, the controversial right-wing activist Charles C. Johnson has threatened to sue Twitter, which banned him in 2015. currently, following a BuzzFeed News report of which revealed the internal debate behind Twitter’s 2015 decision to bar him coming from its service, Johnson is usually putting his money where his mouth has long been. In a lawsuit filed in California ...

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Golden Globes 2018: How the Time’s Up Movement Owned the Night

The 75th annual Golden Globes, which was hosted by Seth Meyers, marked the official start to an awards season following months of women speaking out against sexual misconduct, particularly in Hollywood. In January, the #MeToo movement gave way to Time’s Up, a coalition of 300 (along with growing) prominent women in Hollywood standing up against the systemic problem of not ...

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US has worst rate of child mortality among 20 rich nations

The United States has the worst child mortality rate among a group of 20 wealthy democracies, an analysis released Monday found. along with also despite overall improvement inside the child mortality rate inside the U.S. along with also those 19 different countries, the U.S. has persistently outpaced those nations in that will grim metric for decades, the Health Affairs report ...

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'Lady Bird' Star Saoirse Ronan Says Every Win will be for Director Greta Gerwig (Exclusive)

Greta Gerwig may have been snubbed for Best Director at the 2018 Golden Globes, yet in Lady Bird star Saoirse Ronan’s eyes, she deserves every accolade.  ET’s Nancy O’Dell sat down with the 23-year-old actress in our one-on-one room after her win for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy, where she praised her director for putting “every grain” ...

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Germany’s Merkel enters high-stakes talks in last chance to form a government

The talks run until Thursday in addition to are required to encounter some stumbling blocks, particularly with Merkel’s conservative union at odds with the center-left SPD over quite a few issues, including social welfare reforms in addition to the asylum status of refugees, many of whom entered Germany in 2015 at the height of Europe’s migration crisis. If the parties ...

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Dunkin’ Donuts to scale back menu, remove afternoon sandwiches

Dunkin’ Donuts will offer a slightly smaller menu starting on Monday, aiming for speedier, more accurate service. The scaled-back menus will appear in brand new England and also also also upstate brand new York This kind of week, and also also also roll out to the rest of the nation before the end of March, Dunkin’ Donuts said. The doughnut ...

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