A federal appeals court in Washington on Friday rejected Anthem Inc.'s proposed $54 billion acquisition of Cigna Corp., upholding a trial judge's decision to block the deal on the ground it would substantially reduce competition.
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Details of the settlement were not disclosed, but attorneys said it would cover David Dao's injuries.