exchanges

Nobody ever said health care reform was going to be easy.
The health care plan is a work in progress, and will be for a while.
Over the last few years, a number of exchanges and dark pools emerged claiming that their businesses will exclude high-frequency traders (HFTs) detrimental to institutional investors. Almost invariably, the HFTs in question happened to be the so-called Aggressive HFTs.
You can learn more about yourself (and others) without extra effort beyond reflecting or meditating on conversations and
We're going to begin today with a rather loaded question: How much attention do you think the media should be paying towards a presidential nominee who is right now getting 13 to 15 percent support in public opinion polls of their party's voters?
Regardless of the outcome of the nuclear talks, there exists an opportunity to promote a more durable relationship that is rooted in citizen to citizen engagement, particularly with Iran's burgeoning youth population.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will consider a lawsuit that, if successful, would cause millions of people to lose health
With this lawsuit, Obamacare’s opponents are asking the court to do their work for them. They tried the same gambit in 2012
In the second year of our new annual tradition, the exchanges are open for enrollment, which begs the question: What have we learned since last time? Were the naysayers proven right, or did Obamacare really make health insurance more affordable, as was intended?
The federal government was not up for the task of building and overseeing a complicated e-commerce business with a significant data management back-end -- any more than it has ever been up for building the military's fighter jets, running commercial airports, or administering the actual Medicare program.