Companies that opt out of healthcare might not even save money.
By Alex Nussbaum and Alex Wayne, Bloomberg|December 05, 2012 at 04:47 AM
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Maggie Wilderotter, chief executive officer at cable, Internet and phone provider Frontier Communications Corp. says it’s her “fiduciary responsibility” to study ending medical benefits long provided by her company.
Philadelphia-area political consultant Kenneth Smukler, who already faces charges related to allegedly paying off U.S. Rep. Bob Brady's opponent in the 2012 congressional primary to drop out of the race, is now being accused by federal authorities of making hundreds of thousands of dollars in illegal donations to a campaign in a different election and obstructing a Federal Election Commission investigation.