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