Trust Digest 147 (July 11, 2016)

Under Fire, Theranos CEO Stifled Bad News
Elizabeth Holmes was slow to disclose problems to employees, media. 
Key Words: Theranos, regulatory issues  
Trust Issues: Integrity, Interests, Communication  

Surprise Medical Bills Fuel Fight Between Providers, Insurers  
The growth of insurance plans built around small networks of health-care providers is fueling new fights over surprise medical bills, when patients inadvertently get care from out-of-network doctors. 
Key Words: Health-care providers, insurance plans  
Trust Issues: Similarities, Integrity 

Juno Shares Plunge as Drug Trial Placed on Hold After Patient Deaths 
Juno Therapeutics Inc. said a study of its closely watched anticancer treatment was placed on hold by the Food and Drug Administration following two patient deaths from brain swelling last week.
Key Words: Patient deaths, anticancer treatment  
Trust Issues: Integrity, Interests, Benevolent Concern 

Affordable Care Act Battle Returns to Court and Capitol Hill  
Lawmakers hold hearings, as Obama administration appeals ruling on insurance reimbursements. 
Key Words: Affordable Care Act, Capitol Hill  
Trust Issues: Similarities, Communication 

New Challenge for Social Media: Policing Violent Live Videos  
Inconsistency in handling clips like the fatal shooting of Dallas officers highlights monitoring difficulties.  
Key Words: Live media, social media  
Trust Issues: Similarities, Integrity, Benevolent Concern  

Youth Optimism Powers U.S. Economy  
Younger Americans have more confidence about wage growth as expansions proceed. 
Key Words: Baby boomers, Millennials 
Trust Issues: Adjustment, Capabilities 

Texas inmates break out of cell…to save guard’s life    
A group of Texas inmates are being hailed as heroes after they bust our of a holding cell—to save a corrections officer’s life. 
Key Words: Texas inmates, correction officer 
Trust Issues: Risk Tolerance, Communication 

Bank Earnings: How Plummeting Yields Will Drag Them Down    
After the Brexit vote, the big question is whether stocks will be dead in the water for another year or two. 
Key Words: Brexit, bank earnings  
Trust Issues: Interests, Adjustments 

Facebook sued by Israeli group over Palestinian attacks    
The Shurat Hadin group says Facebook violates the US Anti-Terrorism Act by allowing militant groups such as Hamas a platform for spreading violence. 
Key Words: Facebook, Shurat Hadin, US Anti-Terrorism Act 
Trust Issues: Risk Tolerance, Interests 

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