Biotech PHILADELPHIA (AP) - By 2003, surgeons trained by a Pennsylvania medical-device company had seen serious complications from an unauthorized test of a bone-cement product.The cement had been approved to treat broken bones, but not weight-bearing hips and spines. Yet Synthes … [Read more...] about Prosecutors Aim for Prison Time in Surgery Deaths
The holiday season has arrived, and with it will come higher mortality rates. For a number of reasons, including stress and cold weather, more people die around this time of year. While many accept death as a natural certainty, there is a growing movement that aims to do away … [Read more...] about OPINION Done with Death?
In Round One of MacNewsWorld's Midsummer Mac Death Match ["A Midsummer's Mac Death Match, Round One: Chaffin vs. Enderle," MacNewsWorld, July 12, 2004], Mac Observer editor-in-chief Bryan Chaffin and industry analyst Rob Enderle prognosticated on the state of Apple five years … [Read more...] about HEAD-TO-HEAD A Midsummer’s Mac Death Match, Round Two: Enderle vs. Chaffin
In this final round (for now) of MacNewsWorld's Mac Death Match department, sworn adversaries Bryan Chaffin of "The Mac Observer" and notorious industry analyst analyst "Rob Enderle" duke it out over whether or not Apple strategically is moving in the right direction.Strangely, … [Read more...] about HEAD-TO-HEAD Mac Death Match, Round Six: Chaffin vs. Enderle
The headlines are daunting. Every day seems to bring at least one dot-com failure to the fore. But for all the wisdom of trying to see the big picture, we need to zoom in and consider what this shakeout means for the individuals.I'm not talking about employees. There's good … [Read more...] about Dot-Com Death by Degrees