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  2. Buy, Sell, or Hold: Workday

    Founded only in 2005 and based in California, Workday already sports a market capitalization of about $8.5 billion. It's a specialist in cloud-computing-based applications, helping companies and...

  3. Weekend effect - Wikipedia

    The mortality for non-elective patients following weekday admission was 0.52% (7,276/1,407,705), compared with 0.77% (986/127,562) following weekend admission. Of the 3,105,249 emergency admissions, 76.3% (2,369,316) were admitted on a weekday and 23.7% (735,933) were admitted at the weekend.

  4. Break (work) - Wikipedia

    A break at work (or work-break) is a period of time during a shift in which an employee is allowed to take time off from their job. It is a type of downtime. There are different types of breaks, and depending on the length and the employer's policies, the break may or may not be paid.

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    Spirit's contract of carriage, last updated in June, says guests entitled to refunds should call 855-728-3555 or send an email or letter to the company. In the midst of its operational meltdown...

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  7. A red-hot job market awaits US teens while employers sweat. Mary Jane Riva, CEO of the Pizza Factory, has a cautionary message for her customers this summer: Prepare to wait longer for your ...

  8. Tesla, Inc. - Wikipedia,_Inc.

    Tesla was incorporated in July 2003 by Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning as Tesla Motors. The company's name is a tribute to inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla. In February 2004, via a $6.5 million investment, Elon Musk became the largest shareholder of the company. He has served as CEO since 2008.