The House Freedom Caucus announces that it now supports the GOP health-care reform bill with the MacArthur amendment. CNBC's John Harwood reports.
The nation's second-largest insurer said Tuesday that operating revenue, which excludes investment gains, climbed 10 percent to $22.32 billion due in part to price hikes and growth in Medicaid and Medicare plans as well as other enrollment gains. It also has been pushing deeper into the state- and federally funded Medicaid program that covers people with low...
EpiPen's seller Mylan drew criticism last summer for having hiked its price by more than 500 percent over the past decade.
Humana is the only insurer offering exchange plans this year in Knoxville but is dropping out of the Obamacare market in 2018.
A weak showing by IBM also weighed on technology stocks Wednesday and tugged the Dow Jones industrial average lower. IBM slumped 4.9 percent after reporting revenue that fell short of analysts' estimates. Among energy companies, Marathon Oil dropped 4.3 percent and Newfield Exploration sank 3.5 percent.
UnitedHealth is confident it will post better-than-expected growth for the full year, regardless of what happens with health reform.
If Democrats are smart, they'll stop throwing a tantrum and work with Trump on health-care reform, says Jake Novak.
"Huge shocks from the political system are always a distraction," athenahealth's Jonathan Bush told CNBC.
Anthem sells Obamacare plans in 14 states under the Blue Cross Blue Shield brand.
Hospital-related stocks started the week in the green following the failure of the GOP's effort to replace Obamacare.
Dr. Robert Pearl, The Permanente Medical Group CEO, and Len Yaffe, Stoc*Doc Partners, weigh in on what is next for health care following the GOP's health care failure.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Hospital stocks continue their three-day rally as the GOP health-care bill got postponed for the second time on Friday.
Health-care stock performance diverged Friday after the controversial GOP health care bill was pulled from the floor of the House.
The battle over Obamacare is causing a rift not only on Capitol Hill. The business community is divided, too.
Currently under Obamacare, insurers can deduct only up to $500,000 of executive compensation on their taxes.
Health insurers would be allowed to deduct their executives' salaries from their taxes, and not just the first $500,000.
U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah said lower-income Americans should stop buying expensive gadgets and focus on investing in their own health care.
EpiPen's seller Mylan came under fire last summer for having increased the price of the auto-injector more than 500 percent.
The president said 2017 will be a "catastrophic year for Obamacare for patients," citing rising premiums as a factor, NBC News reports.