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UNITEDHEALTHCARE CFO: Obamacare is still losing us money but it's not getting worse (UNH)

The Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, is still taking a serious chunk out of UnitedHealthcare's profits, according to its CFO, but at least it's not getting any worse. In the company's earnings call on Tuesday, Dan Schumacher, CFO of the main UnitedHealthcare division, said the firm is still losing money on the ACA business but those losses have not accelerated.
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