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Citing stakeholder feedback, the Obama administration is giving employers an additional three months to comply with the reporting requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service on Monday extended the Feb. 29 paper and March 31 electronic deadlines for companies with more than 50 employees to provide information on what coverage they offer and the coverage they provide their staff. Read more.
GM is making a $500 million bet that it can use Lyft’s rideshare technology to provide self-driving cars to customers.
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Towers Watson says the lack of improvement at the end of 2015 reflects a rise in interest rates offset by weak stock markets.
The automaker is investing $500 million in Lyft, which will develop software to bring self-driving cars to customers’ doors.
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Treasury, IRS extend Feb. 29 paper and March 31 electronic deadlines for companies with more than 50 employees.
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