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  • Waiting and Wondering

    While it's not yet known exactly what health-care reform will look like, it's even less clear what the impact on company finances will be. October 1, 2009

  • The Aging Workforce: How to Fight the Risks

    A shift in corporate attitudes toward health-care and retirement provisions is needed, says a broad new study. September 3, 2009

  • "This Is the Future."

    A drugstore giant now offers walk-in health-care clinics. An interview with Wade D. Miquelon, CFO and executive vice president, Walgreen Co. September 1, 2009

  • Health Reform Would Tie Employers' Hands, Lobbyists Say

    Corporate executives will have far less leeway in designing their company's benefits because the federal government would be dictating more about how plans should be structured, according to Ernst & Young lobbyists. July 27, 2009

  • Taking a Scalpel to Costs

    Hospital operators brace themselves for health-care reform. July 17, 2009

  • Prescription for Progress?

    Conditions are ripe for health-care reform, but daunting obstacles are solidly in place. June 1, 2009

  • Economy's Plunge Spares Health Benefits — For Now

    Employers haven't accelerated health-care cost-shifting to employees in response to the recession. but the outlook for 2010 is up in the air. April 16, 2009

  • Layoffs Could Trigger COBRA Cash Crunch

    If you terminated 1,000 people recently, you might have to lend the government a million interest-free bucks for a few months. March 13, 2009

  • Merck's Maneuvers

    Merck, an American drugmaker, has agreed to pay $41 billion for a rival, Schering-Plough. March 10, 2009

  • Which Changes Will Business Believe In?

    With Democrats in charge of both the White House and Congress, CFOs worry about the impact on taxes, labor, and health care. December 1, 2008

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