Aetna’s CEO Mark Bertolini had to stop mid-speech at his company’s annual meeting on Friday when protestors disrupted the session.
The health insurance giant, based in Hartford, was having its annual conference in Philadelphia, reports the Associated Press, when demonstrators got into the meeting and started chanting about federal health reform.
The story doesn’t say whether the protestors were for or against the controversial overhaul, but quoted Aetna as responding with a statement that called the disruption “inappropriate, uncivil and unsafe.” Click here to read the full AP story.
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