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Justin Timberlake's Union Dancers, 'Baffling World' of Health Insurance, More GoldieBlox: Nov. 27


Justin Timberlake's Union Dancers, 'Baffling World' of Health Insurance, More GoldieBlox: Nov. 27

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Backup dancers working on Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience World Tour will be covered by a union contract, writes Peter Coy. [Bloomberg Businessweek]

Small business owner Paul Downs spent the last two weeks “fully immersed in the baffling world of health insurance” and has seven takeaways. [New York Times]

Part-time workers will likely get better health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, writes Michelle Andrews. [Kaiser Health News]

GoldieBlox is less a champion of fair use and more a cynical Silicon Valley startup courting investors, in Felix Salmon’s reading of the San Francisco toymaker’s fight with rap group Beastie Boys. [Reuters]

Meteorologist Bonnie Schneider says heavy winds and rains will affect 52 million Americans over coming days (video). [Bloomberg News]

Clark is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek covering small business and entrepreneurship.

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