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Insurance Industry Tries To Swallow Health Care Law

David Cordani, president and CEO of Cigna Corporation, talks with Audie Cornish about the practical implications of having the Affordable Care Act upheld. Cigna is one of the biggest health care companies in the country, insuring more than 11 million people.
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Health Care Law Upheld: Now What?

Now that the Supreme Court has decided that the Affordable Care Act can stand, it's time to think about what the law actually means for your medical coverage. So let's review the changes the law has already wrought and those that still lie ahead.
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Health Law Survives With Roberts' Vote

Chief Justice John Roberts said the requirement that individuals have health coverage or pay a penalty falls within Congress' power to impose taxes. On the issue of Medicaid expansion, a majority of the court said Congress can expand Medicaid, but can't strip states of all their Medicaid funds if they fail to participate in that expansion.
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As It Happened: Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Law

The decision is a victory for the Obama administration over critics who said the health care overhaul was unconstitutional.
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Jobless Claims Dip Only Slightly; First-Quarter GDP Estimate Unchanged

Neither of today's economic reports change the picture. They add to evidence of sluggish growth.
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News Corp. Confirms Split; Rupert Murdoch Will Chair Both Companies

The company plans to split its publishing and media/entertainment operations. It's responding to investors who don't want to be part of the slow-growing world of newspapers.
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JPMorgan's Losses 'May Reach $9 Billion'

"People who have been briefed on the situation," say the losses from bungled trading have more than tripled from the initial estimate, The New York Times reports. The bank isn't commenting for the record.
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JPMorgan May Suffer Even Deeper Losses

JPMorgan Chase announced last month that it had lost $2 billion on a bad trade. Bank CEO Jamie Dimon had said that the losses could double. And now, The New York Times reports the losses could reach as much as $9 billion.
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European Leaders Grapple With Eurozone Rescue

European Union leaders meet in Brussels for their latest summit aimed at saving the eurozone from financial meltdown. The top-level meeting will pit German chancellor Angela Merkel against her increasingly unified partners, France, Italy and Spain, which are determined to win concessions from Europe's economic powerhouse.

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