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Amex Blue Cash Preferred vs. Amex EveryDay Preferred: card comparison

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  • The Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express and the Amex EveryDay® Preferred Credit Card from American Express have similar names and $95 annual fees (See rates), but there are some key differences.
  • While both cards earn bonus rewards at US supermarkets at US gas stations, the Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express earns cash back, while the Amex EveryDay® Preferred Credit Card earns Amex Membership Rewards points.
  • The Amex EveryDay Preferred is best for those who make at least 30 transactions in a billing period, since it offers
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Blue Wolf Capital Closes on Sale of Pharmaceutical Strategies Group to Omnicell – Press Release

NEW YORK–(Business Wire)–Today, Blue Wolf Capital Partners (“Blue Wolf”), a New York-based private equity firm, announced the completion of the sale of Pharmaceutical Strategies Group’s 340B business (“PSG”) to Omnicell, Inc. (NASDAQ:OMCL), a leading provider of medication management solutions and adherence tools for health systems and pharmacies. PSG’s 340B Link business is being acquired for $225 million, and the sale marks the exit of Blue Wolf’s last portfolio company in Blue Wolf Capital Fund II. Additional terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Blue Wolf invested in PSG in 2011 in a rapidly changing healthcare environment. Building on vast regulatory expertise, and backed with Blue Wolf’s capital, PSG partnered with safety net hospitals to implement solutions to set up and administer a recently expanded federal program known as 340B, which today delivers a $14 billion annual lifeline from drug manufacturers to America’s rural and urban safety net hospitals. Blue Wolf’s

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Blue Origin considers entering commercial space station business

WASHINGTON — Commercial spaceflight company Blue Origin is considering development of commercial space stations, with NASA as a potential early customer.

Blue Origin posted a job opening Sept. 18 for am “Orbital Habitat Formulation Lead” at its headquarters in the Seattle suburb of Kent, Washington. That individual will be charged with leading the company’s development of commercial space stations in low Earth orbit as a new product line.

“To develop Blue Origin’s vision of millions of people living and working in space, humanity will require places for them to live and work: space destination systems in which value-creating economic activity can occur,” the company states in the job description. “LEO (low Earth orbit) habitable stations, learning from but going beyond the ISS (International Space Station), are a first step.”

The job entails leading technical and business aspects of commercial space station development, including identifying customers and partners. It would also

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Why We Love the American Express Blue Business Cash Card

The credit card rewards market can seem oversaturated with offers for both consumers and business owners. You’ve got airline miles, hotel points and bank rewards to think about. It can get overwhelming to sort the many bonus categories and various earning rates.

Whatever happened to good ol’ cash back? Is it still possible to earn cash rewards on every purchase without having to worry about maximizing one or two spending categories?

To a business, cash is king — and with the American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card, small-business owners can offset the cost of running a business with cash back. Here are some of the top reasons we love the American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card.

Flat rewards earning rate on all purchases

One of the most attractive features of the American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card is the ability to earn a flat 2% cash back on

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‘Business as usual’ for Natural Colors as Chr. Hansen launches yellow and blue

The blue, to be marketed as FruitMax Blue 1506 WS, is derived from the ‘one globally accepted source of blue colour’: spirulina.

Perhaps better known by nutraceutical companies, rather than those in the food world, the blue-green algae will help confectioners colour fruit flavours such as bubble gum, blue raspberry, or blueberry, noted the ingredients supplier.

“Some of the best spirulina-based products, until now, needed to be pre-dispersed at production, which can be messy, difficult and inefficient for the producers,” ​said Global Industry Business Manager, Confectionery, Lotte Jeppesen.

“We have seen a built-up demand for precisely this product – it’s an easy and convenient solution for all types of boiled sweets, and it performs well in both sugar-free and sugar-based applications.”

Turmeric yellow, but without the off taste

At the same time, the Danish business has also launched FruitMax Yellow 1000 WSS – a colouring foods turmeric that

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