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Blue Cross Blue Shield nears settlement for $2.7 billion

The Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance group has negotiated a possible settlement to sweeping antitrust lawsuits that alleged the group benefited from anticompetitive measures that included carving up markets between the group’s many partners and companies. The $2.7 billion settlement[1] still requires approval from 36 member companies before being signed off by a judge.

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