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Kansas’ Secretary of Aging to join HHS as Assistant Secretary for Aging

Kansas’ Secretary of Aging to join HHS as Assistant Secretary for Aging

The Kansas state's Department of Aging secretary, Kathy Greenlee - who was nominated as the Assistant Secretary for Aging at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) by President Barack Obama on May 1 - is heading to Washington, D. C. after the Congress unanimously approved Greenlee's appointment on Thursday evening.

Sebelius Quotes State Data While Calling for Health Care Overhaul

Sebelius Quotes State Data While Calling for Health Care Overhaul

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said Friday there is an "urgent need" for congressional action on health care reform drawing attention to the rising health insurance costs and the increasing number of Americans without health coverage.

WSJ report: Sprint to outsource cellular network management to Ericsson

Sprint to outsource cellular network management to Ericsson

Going by The Wall Street Journal news, contributed by unnamed yet "in the know" sources, the careworn cell phone operator Sprint Nextel Corp is negotiating a deal with Telefon AB L. M. Ericsson, whereby the equipment vendor will manage Sprint's cellular network, and accommodate 5,000 to 7,000 of Sprint's US employees.

Sprint Nextel announces to expand its 4G service to several cities in United States

Sprint Nextel Corporation

Sprint Nextel Corporation, the nation's first carrier to test, to launch and market 4G technology, on Wednesday announced that it will expand its next- generation service "4G," or WiMAX, service to

NCUA takes control of two credit unions; three more small banks seized

Citing a critical worsening in the finances of the provider of services to countless retail credit unions, the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) has taken control of two corporate credit unions, with $57 billion in combined assets. In addition, the US regulators also seized three more small banks on Friday, bringing the total to 20 thus far in 2009.

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