Aetna and UnitedHealth

Investor's Business Daily
August 2014
Investors Business Daily;8/ 8/2014, pA02
The article focuses on the financial performance of health care companies Aetna and UnitedHealth as of August 2014. Topics discussed include the decline of earnings per share (EPS) targets of other health insurers, investment banking firm Goldman Sachs, and the decline of health care company WellPoint's shares.


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