CVS is reportedly considering buying health-insurance giant Aetna for $66 billion
- CVS Health is in talks with health insurer Aetna about an acquisition, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
- The deal would value Aetna at about $66 billion, or roughly $200 per share.
- The news comes less than a year after a judge blocked Aetna's attempt to acquire rival insurer Humana on anticompetitive grounds.
CVS Health, the retail pharmacy giant, is in talks to purchase Aetna, one of the five large publicly traded health-insurance companies, according to a new report.