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Stolen laptop contains personal info of 2,500 patientsupdated: Tue Mar 25 2008 02:05:00

A government laptop computer stolen last month held unencrypted medical records of 2,500 participants in a government study, Susan Shirin, deputy director of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) told CNN Monday.

Money Magazine: CALLING THE IRS...SORRY, WRONG ANSWER SEEK IRS HELP AT YOUR OWN RISK. YOU WON'T GET THROUGH ON THE PHONE AROUND A THIRD OF THE Tupdated: Tue Apr 01 1997 00:01:00

Cathy Young, a hospital worker from Marrero, La., had the kind of routine problem with her bill that any ordinary department store chain handles every day over the phone. Only Young wasn't doing bu...

Fortune: DON'T PANIC ABOUT YOUR PENSION -- YET Despite the rhetoric of crisis, the pension insurance system can meet its obligations for updated: Mon Apr 18 1994 00:01:00

BY NOW, you must have heard that there is another crisis brewing of savings and loan-like proportions, this one in the nation's private pension system. Thousands of corporate plans do not have enou...

Fortune: THE FAA'S LOOSE GRIP ON AIR SAFETY With more -- and older -- planes in the sky, the airline system needs tougher policing. But tupdated: Mon Oct 08 1990 00:01:00

THEY CALL IT pencil-whipping: doctoring computer entries, logbooks, and work cards so that vital maintenance and safety repairs seem to have been performed. When the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern D...

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