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How newsrooms in New Orleans and Clear Health Costs crowdsourced medical bills to reveal healthcare cost differences and shady billing practices by providers
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In what's being described as a first-of-its-kind deal, Eminem's music catalog will go public, with investors and fans able to buy shares in it
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How magazine publishers are diversifying from print to invest in events, podcasts, video, and brand partnerships
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