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AMC Tries to Steer Clear of Chinese Owner’s Debt Worries

AMC Entertainment tried to distance itself on Tuesday from debt concerns around its Chinese parent company that have sent shares in the American cinema chain falling. AMC has been caught up in the scrutiny surrounding its owner, Dalian Wanda, which is among several Chinese conglomerates that have borrowed heavily to ...

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New Hotel Policies Mean a Late Cancellation Will Cost You

Business travel can be unpredictable: Flights can be delayed, meetings rescheduled or assignments changed — sometimes with little notice. But now, those last-minute changes could prove costly as more hotels impose 48-hour minimums for canceling a stay without penalty. Marriott International, which recently acquired Starwood Hotels and Resorts, was the ...

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The Lawyer, the Addict

In July 2015, something was very wrong with my ex-husband, Peter. His behavior over the preceding 18 months had been erratic and odd. He could be angry and threatening one minute, remorseful and generous the next. His voice mail messages and texts had become meandering soliloquies that didn’t make sense, ...

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Quit Your Job for a Better One? Not if You Live in Idaho

BOISE, Idaho — Idaho achieved a notable distinction last year: It became one of the hardest places in America for someone to quit a job for a better one. The state did this by making it easier for companies to enforce noncompete agreements, which prevent employees from leaving their company ...

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F.D.A. Deal Would Relax Rules on Reporting Medical Device Problems

WASHINGTON — Makers of cardiac defibrillators, insulin pumps, breast implants and other medical devices might be able to delay reporting dangerous malfunctions to the Food and Drug Administration under an agreement heading for a vote in Congress. Device makers will still have to quickly report any injuries or deaths related ...

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