Target Corp. is making a risky move. It has increased the amount its workers must contribute to their health care coverage, and is considering further moves that will transfer more of the financial burden of such care to workers. It's not too surprising - nor lacking in abundant precedent - that a company would seek to lower its cost of doing business. Indeed, Target's approach, which gives workers a personal stake in the cost of health care, may work not only to Target's benefit, but ...

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