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NerdWallet health care pricing expert Andrew Fitch and Epic President Richard Kosinski on the costs of insuring for Ebola.

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  1. How to avoid Ebola

    ‘The 27 Challenges Managers Face’ author Bruce Tulgan and Attorney Paul Millus break down what employers and people need to know about Ebola.

  2. Can Texas nurse with Ebola sue hospital, CDC?

    Trial Attorney Heather Hansen discusses how the second Texas nurse infected with Ebola can sue the hospital and CDC.

  3. Who can sue over Ebola exposure?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses the legal aspects of possible Ebola-related lawsuits.

  4. Manufacturing saying ‘bye-bye’ to California?

    Author James Lacy on reports of Toyota moving its U.S. sales headquarters from California to Texas.

  5. ACA May Bring Changes to Other Insurance

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  6. Considering Employee Leasing? What You Need to Know About Using a PEO

    Hiring an employee is a huge commitment for any company. Whether an employer is looking to fill a part-time or full-time position, there are quite a few time and monetary investments to make, including recruitment, interviewing, payroll taxes, training and benefits administration.

  7. Obama's Overtime Law Could Mean No More Employees for Startups

    Opinion: If the government wants to revive the American economy, it could start by getting out of the way. In the meantime, you can avoid the roadblocks by hiring a “corporation,” instead of employees.

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