UnitedHealth to Exit Key ACA Market

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UnitedHealth Group told brokers that it has filed paperwork to offer plans in just six states’ health-law marketplaces next year, providing the most complete picture so far of its previously announced widespread withdrawal.

Las Vegas Sands to Settle Suit Filed by Former Macau CEO

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Las Vegas Sands Corp. has agreed to pay more than $75 million to settle a case brought by its former Macau chief executive, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Shari Redstone Says Viacom Shareholders Want New Management

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The daughter of Sumner Redstone responded to criticism by board members of her role in her father’s media empire.

AMD Prices 3-D Tech to Spur Virtual Reality Market

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is targeting the virtual reality market with a new line of graphics hardware priced at $199—half or less the cost of comparable products.

Judge Finds Michael Dell, Silver Lake Underpaid for Dell in 2013

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Michael Dell and Silver Lake underpaid by more than 20% when they took Dell Inc. private three years ago for $24.4 billion, a Delaware judge ruled.

U.S. Home Prices Jump as Supply Pinch Plays Out

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Home prices across the U.S. rose sharply in early spring amid rising demand and supply constraints, a sign that the lopsided housing-market recovery of the past five years is gaining strength.

Great Plains Energy Buys Westar in Midwest Utilities Consolidation

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Missouri-based Great Plains Energy said it agreed to buy Kansas’s Westar Energy for roughly $8.6 billion in a move the utilities hope will lead to more controlled costs and consumer rates.

U.S. Consumer Spending Climbed at Fastest Pace in Nearly Seven Years

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Consumer spending advanced at the fastest pace in nearly seven years in April—jumping 1.0%— in the latest sign the economy is improving after a sluggish start to the year.

States, Cities Clash on Pay and Benefit Rules

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Cities and counties are clashing with state legislators over attempts to bolster workers’ wages and benefits, the latest flashpoint in a national dispute over how to address inequality between the highest- and lowest-earning Americans.

SoftBank to Sell $7.9 Billion of Alibaba Stock

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SoftBank said Tuesday it would sell at least $7.9 billion of its stock in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba.

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