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June 23, 2015: A look at CBSN's business headlines

#CBSNBusiness: June 23, 2015 01:14

E.coli concerns. Niagara Bottling has recalled 14 brands of its bottled water because of possible E.coli contamination.

Insurance snapshot. More of America's poor have medical insurance. New government data shows Obamacare caused the number of uninsured to decline significantly in 2014.

Sold! Martha Stewart's merchandising and media empire has been acquired by Sequential Brands Group for $353 million.

Anthem's overtures. Anthem (ANTM) still wants to buy Cigna (CI) to create a health insurance giant with stronger negotiating power over providers. Cigna rejected Anthem's $47 billion bid this weekend.

Home sales heat up. Existing home sales hit a high note in May, reaching their fastest pace since November 2009. Closings on previously owned homes rose 5.1 percent, driven by first-time buyers.

Road safety. Transparent trucks may soon be hitting the highways, if Samsung gets regulatory approval. So-called "safety trucks" would be equipped with a camera and four small screens to help drivers better see the road and cars around them.

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