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Activist investor Carl Icahn reported a 12.63 stake in medical device maker Hologic, prompting the company to seek protection from a hostile takeover
The Obama administration will push back the open enrollment season for Obamacare in 2015 by a month to give insurers time to determine rates.
The troubled online Obamacare exchange run by the federal government is not secure and needs to be shut down and rebuilt from scratch, said cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright.
The widely believed notion in the market that Obamacare would be bad for insurance stocks has been the wrong call, said Barclays health-care analyst Joshua Raskin
Advertising icon Jerry Della Femina said that HealthCare.gov can be fixed but that the product it's selling is flawed.
A majority of women are unaware birth control is available for free from health insurance plans under Obamacare, although that right faces court challenges.
Comedians have had a field day poking fun at the troubled Obamacare website HealthCare.gov. Now, one Midwest insurer is getting in on the act.
"This is the Titanic." That's how former Medtronic Chairman and CEO Bill George described Obamacare. He predicted the troubled federal website won't be fixed by the end of the month.
The board of Covered California voted unanimously against allowing insurers on the exchange to extend cancelled plans.
A respected security expert will warn Congress that Healthcare.Gov has security flaws that put user data at a "critical risk."
A crucial system for making payments to insurers from HealthCare.gov has yet to be built, a senior government IT official said.
The rollout of Obamacare has been "absolutely chaotic" and the law itself is flawed, said former Bush HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson.
Visitors to HealthSherpa.com cannot enroll in plans, but they can compare coverage and rates based on their ZIP codes.
The history of federal health care is a tale of the hazards of presenting changes to consumers who might not want them. Take the 1989 Medicare law. The New York Times reports.
Howard Dean and Tony Fratto, former Bush White House official, square off on CNBC over problems plaguing Obamacare.
Obamacare aside, former Sen. Bill Frist, R-Tenn., tells CNBC he has a simple solution to rising health-care costs.
The potential costs and benefits of Medicare have a huge impact on retirement planning. The more you know, the more manageable those costs will be.
Health-care stocks are surging amid the confusion of Obamacare. Apparently, investors don't see the current morass as problematic at all.
"Think of living in a giant cesspool and you get some idea of the problem," said one expert about the lack of good sanitation for billions of people.
About 16 cyberattacks have been launched on HealthCare.gov, the Department of Homeland Security says.
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