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Health Insurers Move Ahead, With Or Without Individual Mandate

With all the attention focused on the Supreme Court hearings on the fate of the Affordable Care Act, it might seem that the future of all reforms to the health care system is in the balance. But some in the insurance industry say many changes are already in motion.
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Producers Blame EU Regs For Egg Shortage

With the Easter holiday right around the corner, Europe is facing an egg shortage. The egg industry blames the shortage on new European Union rules for chicken welfare.
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Tips For Mega Millions Winners

There were three winning tickets in Friday's record-breaking $656 million lottery jackpot. They were from Kansas, Illinois and Maryland. The Wall street Journal has some expert advice for the winners: Take a cooling off period, don't go on a spending spree and avoid making any big decisions too quickly.
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Key Economic Questions Are Unresolved

Later this week, the Labor Department will release data indicating how many jobs the U.S. economy gained or lost in March. Recent months have seen more robust job gains, but there have been a lot of concern lately over whether those gains can last.
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Oil Scare Turns FedEx On To Energy Efficiency

When Fred Smith started FedEx in 1971, the company nearly didn't make it because of the spike in fuel costs related to the Arab oil embargo. That experience led Smith to turn FedEx into one of the leaders in looking for alternatives to power its vans, trucks and jets.

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