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Editorial: Can Amazon save American healthcare?

Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett is known as a "value" investor - someone who buys into companies that are selling for less than they're really worth. When his company provides its workers healthcare benefits, however, Buffett isn't paying for value. Instead, employers like Berkshire, which owns a diverse portfolio of

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