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An Access Health CT location in New Britain, Conn.
Courtesy of Access Health CT
June 4, 2015 Minnesota, Colorado and Connecticut are figuring out how to keep their health insurance marketplaces afloat as federal startup funding runs out.
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January 14, 2015 Obamacare provided billions in seed money to help establish insurance companies called co-ops. One of the biggest has now gone under, and its state overseer is telling clients to switch carriers.
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Jana Rich is one of Silicon Valley's top executive recruiters.
November 25, 2014 Jana Rich leverages an extensive network, an outsider aesthetic and a lot of "touchy-feely" analysis to find good fits for top offices at Silicon Valley's behemoths and fast-rising startups.
Japchae, a cooking class and Korean supper club held in 2012 in Ballston, Va., was organized through the site Feastly.
Courtesy of Noah Karesh
January 15, 2013 While underground dinners may seem like old hat to some, a handful of startups are betting the concept is just beginning to take off. But many supper clubs are still more expensive than the average restaurant meal, which may limit the market.
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