Flu Drug Recall, Dow Hits 14,000, WA Hiring Pot Connoisseur, Convicted Murderer Accidentally Released

Flu drug recall

Some Triaminic and Theraflu products recalled – After reports of accidental poisoning due to child-resistant caps failing to function, the flu medication manufacturer Novartis is recalling 24 of its Triaminic and Theraflu products. However, the batch in question was distributed more than a year ago, and 97% of the inventory has already been consumed or recalled, according to a company statement.

Dow reaches high of 14,000

Dow breaks 14,000 finally; what’s next for market – The Dow has hit 14,000 for the first time since 2007, before the financial crisis and near-collapse of Wall Street. Reports show growth in manufacturing and a continuing job market recovery, but analysts are hesitant to predict a return to a healthy economy

Will this government gig come with the usual drug test?

Newest government job: Expert pothead – With marijuana legalization come new job opportunities. Washington State is looking to hire a consultant with a thorough knowledge of growing, cultivating and harvesting cannabis, in addition to testing and quality control. The contract consulting work can pay up to $100,000, but casual dabblers need not apply. At least five years of related experience is required. A squeaky clean criminal record, however, is not.

Time to implement modern VMS to avoid accidental off-boarding

Convicted murderer mistakenly released in Chicago – The Cook County Sheriff Department is “not clear what happened” or whom they can blame for accidentally releasing a convicted murderer 16 years too early. More than 100 FBI and police officers are now searching for the 44-year-old man, described as 5’5 and 190 pounds with a tattoo on the right side of his neck that reads “Nicole.”

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