Anthem Won't Pay Breakup Fee, Uber Clashes With Regulators (Again), and the Cool Richard Cordray

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Anthem Inc. is dropping its bid to acquire rival health insurer Cigna Corp., and the company's stepping up the conflict in refusing to pay a $1.85 billion breakup fee. Uber Technologies and San Francisco tax authorities are fighting over public access to driver names and addresses—the latest confrontation between the ride-hailing company and regulators. And the clock expired on a Republican-led bid, through the Congressional Review Act, to void the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's prepaid card rule. This is a roundup of regulatory action.

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