Tag Archives: Growth

Hair Loss Researched At Molecular Level By Scientists, Stem Cells Found To Affect Hair Growth

A research team from Japan and the Netherlands under Hiroyuki Matsumura have discovered that DNA damage in stem cells in the hair follicles change them to skin cells, thereby leaving the scalp. Published in Science, the findings are believed to be important in developing new treatments for hair loss and aging. Shrinking Stem Cells Are the Real Reason for Hair ...

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USDA approves new biotech apple for growth in U.S.

Doug G. WareWASHINGTON, Feb. 13 (UPI) — They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but a new biotech version — approved Friday for growth in the U.S. — also keeps the spoiling away, as well. Latest News – UPI.com

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Twitter’s user growth has stalled, but its business keeps improving

The evolution of Twitter over the last two years has been the opposite of what most expected before the startup went public. Instead of growing to a billion users without much money to show for it, the company’s user growth has stalled out while its revenue has boomed. Its inability to keep pace with the size of rivals like Facebook ...

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Market Wrap: U.S. Stocks Slide on Global Growth Concerns

Filed under: Market News, Global Economy, World Markets, Investing AP/Paul SancyaChevrolet Volts on the assembly line at a General Motors plant in Hamtramck, Michigan. GM’s stock sank Tuesday; analysts predict its earnings will suffer as it invests heavily in production. By STEVE ROTHWELL NEW YORK — The prospects of weakening global growth weighed on the stock market Tuesday. U.S. growth ...

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After Market: Strong GDP Growth Propels Stocks to a Winning Week

Filed under: Earnings, Market News, Economic Indicators, Economic Recovery, Investing Stocks rallied again on Friday, completing one of the market’s best weeks of the year. This rally is tied to growing signs that the pace of U.S. economic growth is finally picking up. The government reported a 4.1 percent jump in GDP over the summer. That was much stronger than ...

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After Market: Strong GDP Growth Propels Stocks to a Winning Week

Filed under: Earnings, Market News, Economic Indicators, Economic Recovery, Investing Stocks rallied again on Friday, completing one of the market’s best weeks of the year. This rally is tied to growing signs that the pace of U.S. economic growth is finally picking up. The government reported a 4.1 percent jump in GDP over the summer. That was much stronger than ...

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Service-Sector Job Growth Slows in November

Filed under: Retail, Labor, Food & Beverage, Healthcare Industry, Investing Jim Mone/AP By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER WASHINGTON — U.S. service sector firms grew in November at the weakest pace since June, evidence that cautious spending by consumers and businesses may be slowing growth. The Institute for Supply Management said Wednesday its service-sector index fell to 53.9 in November, down from ...

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U.S. Service Sector Growth Quickens in October

Filed under: Economic Indicators, Job Market, Manufacturing, Economy, Investing David Goldman/AP By Steven C. Johnson NEW YORK — U.S. service-sector business activity picked up in October and firms took on workers despite a partial government shutdown, but new order growth slowed for a second straight month, an industry report on Tuesday showed. The Institute for Supply Management said its services ...

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