The DLP technology adopts a very small mirror installed on a micro chip called a Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) to reflect light and generate highly bright and sharp projection images.
Nevertheless, projectors adopting LCD or DLP usually use one single lamp as the light source to project images.
But consolidation also carries the risk of reducing competition and raising prices.
“The problem is, coordination and competition are kind of antithetical,” said Mark Pauly, a professor of healthcare management at the University of Pennsylvania.
President Trump has suggested that the judiciary doesn't have the authority to question him.
United Health Group, Anthem, Aetna, Humana and Cigna Corp.—the five largest for-profit health insurers in the country—are all in the mix for some kind of tie-up.
Hospitals, physicians, employers and consumers could experience financial repercussions if any big deals are concluded.
Insurance consolidation could spur more consolidation among providers to counter the greater bargaining power of a smaller number of big insurers.
Whether this is just him blowing off steam or signaling what lies ahead, it's significant.
Because it suggests a president, yet again, who doesn't agree with his own powers being limited or even questioned. It's not difficult to connect this to his past admiration for authoritarian leaders, and these comments are likely to give Democrats (and even some in the GOP establishment) plenty of heartburn.