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WHEELING — When Dr. Gregory Merrick established the Cancer Research Classic, he wanted to bring some of the nation’s premier high school basketball talent to the Ohio Valley. But, the director of Wheeling Hospital’s Schifler Cancer Center also wanted to use basketball as a way to promote men’s health. With the 12th annual event less …

Congratulate yourself America. All you happy and healthy consumers are driving growth and doing a bang-up job. With unemployment at a five-decade low and consumer confidence on the rise again (nearing its 10-year high) the economy can expect a healthy boost for a little longer. And when the economy is strong, the stock market usually …

It’s turning out to be one of the worst years ever for autoworkers across the globe as demand shrinks and a shift takes place in vehicle technology, with Daimler and Audi announcing almost 20,000 job cuts in Europe recently. All told, carmakers are eliminating more than 80,000 jobs during the coming years, according to data …

The United States economy continued to roar to life under President Trump in November, with the private sector adding more than 266,000 new jobs in just one month; smashing industry expectations. “The jobs market turned in a stellar performance in November, with nonfarm payrolls surging by 266,000 and the unemployment rate falling to 3.5%, according …

Location: Washington, Washington D.C. Function: Production Specialty: Web Production Level: Experienced (Non-Manager) Duration: Full Time Salary Description: competitive About the Team We love tech problem solving that paves the way to more innovation! Our team of talented engineers and designers our empowered to deliver. We offer structured career development to all of our people ensuring they …

LAKE PLACID — The Adirondack Health 5K Turkey Trot drew a large crowd Thursday as 233 runners/walkers congregated at the Olympic Speedskating Oval for the annual charity race. Brian Woods was the first overall finisher to cross the line, recording a time of 17 minutes, 33.7 seconds on a course that started at …

DUBAI: Urgent steps must be taken if the fight to curb climate change is to have any chance of success, according to growing global scientific consensus. Climate scientists say the situation has become untenable because current global carbon emissions — estimated to be 45 percent above pre-industrial levels — exceed the amount that nature can …

Adaptability and creativity will be key attributes when recruiting the resource industry’s workforce of the future, but leadership skills will also be important and the current workforce must be given the opportunity to adapt and re-skill. A panel session at the Resources Technology Showcase on skilling up tomorrow’s workers heard innovation and technology were helping …

Submitted Photo Area high school students, pictured, won awards at Minot State University’s Technology Day on Wednesday. Tioga High School students, pictured, won the sweepstakes team award. Business students from 14 area high schools competed in the event. Winners follow: Accounting: 1-Mason Lemer, Drake-Anamoose; 2-Allyson Webster, Stanley; 3-Karter Longie, Tioga. Business …

“As part of our renewed focus on the core WeWork business, and as we have previously shared with employees, the company is making necessary layoffs to create a more efficient organization,” a WeWork spokesperson said in a statement provided to CNN Business. “The process began weeks ago in regions around the world and continued this …