In a move to minimize costs, many employers will offer plans that cover just the basics -- not X-rays or surgeries.
$2 trillion in cash, untaxed earnings may explain why consumers can keep spending even with tax hikes and a slow jobs recovery.
In another inauspicious sign, the president says his massive Affordable Care Act will face a rocky rollout.
The health care overhaul is prompting some schools to reduce adjunct professors' work time to avoid paying for health insurance.
Moviegoers are vowing to boycott the country's biggest theater chain after it slashes employees' hours to avoid the new law.
EBay is upgraded to 'buy,' and Yahoo is downgraded to 'hold.'
Natural disasters and severe inclement weather create significant opportunities for equities, both positive and negative.
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