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    Top 9 Industries for 2015 Graduates

    Top 9 Industries for 2015 Graduates

    With graduation right around the corner, millions of young Americans are preparing to enter the workforce. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, postsecondary institutions are expected to confer an estimated 1.8 million bachelor’s degrees in 2015. If associate degrees are included, the number of total graduates will extend to about 2.8 million, up […]

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    Scholarly Savings: Strategic Purchasing for Universities

    Scholarly Savings: Strategic Purchasing for Universities

    Governors are making serious cuts this year to balance state budgets – and one of the biggest items on the chopping block is higher education. So far, proposed budgets for states such as Illinois and Wisconsin have suggested reductions in university funding of up to 31.5%. As such, these universities will need to find ways […]

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    Employer Mandate: The Cost of Compliance

    Employer Mandate: The Cost of Compliance

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LOS ANGELES – Mar. 20, 2015  – While the Supreme Court has yet to reach a decision regarding the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), individuals and businesses alike are trying to plan for the potential impacts of the final ruling. Will the Supreme Court’s decision save the ACA like it did […]

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    How Can Hospitals Reduce the Cost of Providing Care?

    How Can Hospitals Reduce the Cost of Providing Care?

    Collaborative, value-based and cost-efficient. These are the buzzwords that best describe the environment that the rapidly changing US healthcare system is striving to become. Today more than ever, hospitals and other healthcare providers are caught between their need to curb skyrocketing healthcare costs and improve the quality of healthcare delivery. Growing cost-containment pressure coupled with […]

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    Challenges Remain at West Coast Ports Despite Labor Agreement

    Challenges Remain at West Coast Ports Despite Labor Agreement

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Delays and uncertainty will continue to plague the ports in the short term and when the current deal expires. LOS ANGELES – Mar. 10, 2015 – Shippers, carriers, longshoremen, businesses and consumers alike can breathe a sigh of relief in light of the tentative deal the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) and the International […]

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    High Price Growth in 2015 – How Will it Affect You?

    High Price Growth in 2015 – How Will it Affect You?

    In 2015, as general economic health continues to improve in line with activity in the construction and manufacturing sectors, businesses will have to reckon with high price growth for some of these sectors’ goods and services. High volatility in costs for commodities such as steel and lumber is also expected to contribute to significant price […]