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Kristen Schorsch is a health care reporter at Crain's Chicago Business. I love tips, so keep them coming.
chicagobusiness.com — It's called a multiplier effect: when one job generates another job that is dependent on that job, and so on. In the Chicago area, each new manufacturing job creates another 2.2 jobs in the region, on average, according to a new study by the University of Illinois at Chicago's Center for Urban Economic Development.
chicagobusiness.com — Fresenius sues Illinois health board to reverse approval A subsidiary of the largest dialysis provider in the world is suing a state regulatory health board to reverse an unfavorable decision, a tactic that could invite more lawsuits if it's successful, experts say.
chicagobusiness.com — U.S. court ruling favors Cubist in patent case versus Hospira (Reuters) - A federal court on Monday ruled in favor of Cubist Pharmaceuticals Inc. on the interpretation of patent language in a case involving a generic challenge to its lead drug Cubicin by Hospira Inc. The ruling, in U.S.
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