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U.S. airlines aren't in any immediate danger of being hurt badly by Ebola fears yet, Gordon Bethune says.
The White House said that it is still against instituting a travel ban on West African countries suffering from Ebola outbreaks.
Ohio health-care officials said Amber Vinson virtually self-quarantined because she was aware of the risk that she may have contracted Ebola.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said fears about Ebola may be rational because the government's response to the disease has shaken confidence.
With the Ebola outbreak have come a number of commercial ventures: Vaccines. Protective equipment. And yes, plush toys.
UnitedHealth reported third-quarter earnings of $1.6 billion, and said it expects full-year earnings to be $5.60 to $5.65 per share.
Businesses are managing workplace concerns about the Ebola virus, USA Today reports.
Roche reported third quarter sales of 11.78 billion Swiss francs ($12.29 billion) on Thursday, above analysts' forecasts of 11.58 billion Swiss francs in a Reuters poll.
The airline that unknowingly transported an Ebola-stricken nurse on a flight placed six crew members on paid leave after CDC warnings. NBC News.
Abbvie has called time on its $54 billion offer for Ireland-based Shire, after its board said it would no longer recommend the bid to shareholders.
The CDC should send a response team to any new U.S. Ebola cases within 24 hours of their diagnosis, President Barack Obama said on Wednesday.
The second health-care worker who tested positive for Ebola flew on a Frontier Airlines flight the day before she reported symptoms.
Three people had contact with the latest Ebola patient before she was isolated, said Dr. Tom Frieden. One texas Ebola patient will be moved to Emory.
The Ebola outbreak rages on. But there is no vaccine for this deadly disease, raising questions if the world is prepared for an epidemic.
Americans aged 50 and older are worried about future health-care costs, but few are doing anything about it.
Tax inversion may have dominated business news headlines for months – but that could all be about to change.
A Texas college has rejected two enrollment applications from Nigerian students due to concerns of Ebola in their country, a letter suggests.
Technology is widely used in developed markets, but the size and scale of China make this a huge opportunity for tech firms and a problem for doctors.
A Chinese drug maker with close military ties is seeking fast-track approval for a drug that it says can cure Ebola.
Health officials say they are monitoring people who were in contact with the latest person to fall ill.
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