The Wall Street Journal says some of Sears Holdings Corp.’s biggest lenders are pushing for the troubled retailer to liquidate rather than try to reorganize through bankruptcy. Sears is reportedly in talks with a group of banks, including Bank of America and Wells Fargo, over emergency financing as the company prepares for a bankruptcy filing. Sears and CEO Edward Lampert, who is also the biggest shareholder and creditor, want to restructure. They’re pushing a plan that would close hundreds of stores in bankruptcy but keep the 125-year-old chain in business, the Journal reported... CVS has gained the U.S. government’s approval to buy Aetna. The $69 billion acquisition, announced in late 2017, will drastically remap the health care industry. It’s the largest health insurance deal in history, far exceeding Express Scripts’ $29 billion acquisition of Medco in 2012, the last record-holder...