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THE RADICAL RUMBLINGS SHAKING UP LAW SCHOOLS.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):BusinessWeek; 6/6/88, Issue 3055, p116-119, 2p

Abstract:The article focuses on the significance of Critical Legal Studies, students movement at Harvard University Law School, concerning legal issues in the U.S. The movement advocates on the existence of law, which guarantee on economic equality and eliminat...

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IN-HOUSE JUDGES MAY BE ON THEIR WAY OUT.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):BusinessWeek; 6/11/1984, Issue 2846, p158-162, 2p

Abstract:The article explains that U.S. federal administrative agencies face increasing public pressure from the American Bar Association to transfer their administrative law judges to a central corps. The American Medical Association is the first among trade a...

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EDUCATION A Capital Investment.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):BusinessWeek; 6/22/87, Issue 3004, p89-104, 9p

Abstract:The article discusses the capital investment in education and why corporations invest billions to colleges and universities. The author reflects that major corporations donates billions in gifts to colleges and universities in support of education. He ...

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GENENTECH'S CUSTODY CASE OVER AN ORPHAN DRUG.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):BusinessWeek; 3/23/87, Issue 2990, p39-39, 1p

Abstract:The article reports on the legal dispute between California-based biotechnology firm Genentech Inc. and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over FDA's approval of Eli Lilly & Co.'s gene-spliced human growth hormone Humatrope after it has alread...

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MAKING YOUR OFFICE HUMAN-FRIENDLY.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):BusinessWeek; 8/20/90, Issue 3174, p100-101, 2p, 1 Color Photograph, 1 Illustration

Abstract:Explains why, with repetitive-motion injuries on the rise, it pays to take a critical look at how your office is affecting you. Chairs; Mounting greenery; Lights; Angle of a computer screen. INSET: WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED.

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THE RIGHT WANTS FRANCE OUT OF THE BANKING BUSINESS.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):BusinessWeek; 10/7/1985, Issue 2915, p45-48, 2p

Abstract:The article reports that the conservative leaders in France are committed to denationalization of banks in the country. Jacques Chirac, the mayor of Paris, France, who is expecting to emerge as Prime Minister, has promised to initiate bank denationaliz...

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COMPUTERS THAT COME AWFULLY CLOSE TO THINKING.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):BusinessWeek; 6/2/86, Issue 2949, p92-96, 4p

Abstract:The article reports on neural computers that can mimic the neurons in human brains. In 1983, Terence J. Sejnowski, associate professor of biophysics at John Hopkins University, became intrigued with an innovative approach in designing computers based o...

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Skeletons in Plastic Liven Up Trade.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):BusinessWeek; 8/8/1953, Issue 1249, p140-142, 3p

Abstract:The article reports on the development of plastic skeletons by the Medical Plastics Laboratory based in Gatesville, Texas. According to the article, it took five years for the laboratory to develop a process that will accurately reproduce human bones i...

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ED MEESE'S CONSERVATIVE CRUSADE: HOW FAR WILL HE GET?

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):BusinessWeek; 11/4/1985, Issue 2919, p70-74, 4p

Abstract:The article focuses on Attorney General Edwin Meese and discusses the legal moves he is making to revitalize U.S. President Ronald Reagan's conservative program. It provides information on the various areas that he wants to employ policy changes on inc...

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A $30 Billion Fund Piles Into Hong Kong's Office Market.

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Source(s):Bloomberg.com; 6/29/2021, p411-411, 1p

Abstract:Copyright of Bloomberg.com is the property of Bloomberg, L.P. and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email...

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