The amended lawsuit argues that the IRS' regulation directly contradicts the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's original language regarding the exchanges and—more specifically—the premium subsidies, which carry significant financial penalties for certain employers that do not provide adequate and affordable employee health benefits as defined by the law.
This Labor Day, let's remember that it generally takes business leaders, workers and decent government to make a successful company, economy and society.Read More
New hires have been attracted to the bank because it doesn't have layer upon layer of management, so its bankers have a closer working relationship with clients than they would at a larger bank.Read More
At Towers Watson, a merger between Towers Perrin and Watson Wyatt in January 2010 spurred most of its growth, according to a company spokesman. The firm, which ranked No. 2 on Crain's list, reported 801 local professionals in 2011, up from 204 in 2010.Read More
Crain Communications Inc. expands its Web presence by taking over the management of the weeklong festival featuring the best of the Web.
A survey found that 43 percent of healthcare workers believe the economy is weakening, up from 27 percent who said the same in the first-quarter survey.Read More
Akerson told employees he wants to focus GM more on brands and customers, and better position the company to survive the next 50 or 100 years.Read More
For a majority of employers, the lack of ROI data has not stemmed incremental expansions in the types of services offered at the on-site centers. Read More
Goodyear said it will hire the veterans over the next three years through its partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Hiring Our Heroes program.Read More