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CSC to pay $190 million to settle SEC charges

CSC will pay a $190 million to settle fraud allegations after the SEC charged the company with manipulating financial results and hiding problems with its largest contract, the UK’s now defunct NPfIT program, from investors. CSC signed a $4.5 billion contract with the NHS to deploy its Lorenzo EHR across 166 hospitals, but a poor implementation track record led to the program being shut down.

Evolent Health Stock Closed at $18.86 in IPO Debut

Evolent Health finishes its first day of trading on the NYSE at $18.86, up 11 percent from the start of the day.

Hawaii Pulls The Plug On Embattled Health Insurance Exchange

Hawaii will shut down its $130 million, state-run health insurance exchange and migrate to Healthcare.gov after a series of technical failures kept it from meeting key ACA requirements. With one of the lowest uninsured rates in the country, administrators acknowledged that the sites 40,000 users would no generate enough revenue to continue operations after federal subsidies ran out.

Data hacked from U.S. government dates back to 1985: U.S. official

Chinese hackers breach the severs of the US Office of Personnel Management, stealing security clearance and background check data going back to 1985 and affecting nearly four million current and former government employees.  

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