The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — otherwise known as Obamacare — is putting such a small dent in the profits of U.S. companies that many refer to its effect as “not material” or “not significant,” according to a Bloomberg review of conference call transcripts and interviews with major U.S. employers.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — otherwise known as Obamacare — is putting such a small dent in the profits of U.S. companies that many refer to its effect as “not material” or “not significant,” according to a Bloomberg review of conference call transcripts and interviews with major U.S. employers. Jon Elswick The Associated Press
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — otherwise known as Obamacare — is putting such a small dent in the profits of U.S. companies that many refer to its effect as “not material” or “not significant,” according to a Bloomberg review of conference call transcripts and interviews with major U.S. employers. Jon Elswick The Associated Press

Obamacare is proving not to be such a burden on businesses

February 19, 2015 09:58 AM