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Q&A: Organizations are still struggling to comply with GDPR Special

Data governance oversight helps businesses avoid penalization and keep customer trust. In the wake of GDPR and moves within the U.S. for new legislation, businesses need to put in place better compliance measures.

Substance management policies needed before pot is legalized

Ottawa - The legalization of recreational marijuana is just a month away in Canada, and one company fears that many employers may not have a current Workplace Substance Management Policy in place. They have launched an online toolkit to help companies prepare.

Interview: Digital tool to help finance industry processes Special

This month announced a collaboration tool that helps the finance industry change its manual processes to save money and increase efficiency. To discover more we spoke with the company's CEO Kayvan Alikhani about the technology.

EPA forced to reverse decision on plans to delay ozone regulation

Washington - The Environmental Protection Agency was forced to reverse course on delaying the implementation of an Obama-era regulation late Wednesday, announcing they would comply with the October 1, 2017 deadline.

Food-borne illness — new rules are supposed to help (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this series on food-borne illness, we looked at where contaminants entered the food production chain. Today we will look at the rules the FDA is implementing to prevent food-borne illness outbreaks.

Six banks team up in plan for shared customer data register

JPMorgan <JPM.N>, Citigroup <C.N> and four more major banks have signed up with an industry group to develop a central register of information on other banks they deal with to help to meet inc...

Review: New on DVD for January 8 Special

This week’s releases include a new start for a resilient actor; an action spectacle; another Tim Burton stop-motion masterpiece; and a BBC reunion.

Texas Out Of Compliance With Regulations To Help Non-English Speaking Students

A federal judge ruled that Texas is failing its school children who are considered "limited English proficient". The 95-page ruling said that the state is out of compliance with the federal Equal Opportunity Education Act.

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ABILIFY MYCITE  the first FDA-approved digital medicine system  is comprised of an Otsuka aripiprazo...
ABILIFY MYCITE, the first FDA-approved digital medicine system, is comprised of an Otsuka aripiprazole tablet embedded at the point of manufacture with an IEM sensor.
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