By Farid A. Khavari
Bankers are notoriously known to wreak havoc on the economy, as we have seen with recent events on Wall Street; if they had not been bailed out, most of them would have gone bankrupt. Are they any better at fixing business problems, especially when it comes to pulling a hospital out of the red into the black? That’s the question we’ll be exploring here.
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By Rachel Manteuffel, Friday, January 13, 4:44 PM
Five months ago, in this space, I wrote that something was wrong with the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial. The quotation inscribed on the monument’s left flank had been so badly excerpted that a modest statement of King’s was turned into a boast.
At the time, it wasn’t clear how or why this had happened, but what seemed likely, at least to me, was that nothing would be done about it. [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — CIA officers are asking people to mark the 10th anniversary of the death of the first American killed in the Afghan war by donating to help the children of their fellow fallen.
Since the death in 2001 of CIA officer Mike Spann, a total of 23 stars have been added to the wall at the CIA’s Langley, Va., headquarters that honors CIA operatives lost. Many were killed [...]
NEW YORK – Visitors to the museum at the national 9/11 memorial could be required to pay an entrance fee of about $20, though victims’ relatives will always be able to enter for free, the president and CEO of the memorial foundation said Thursday.
Joe Daniels, the president and CEO of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, told City Council members at a hearing that [...]