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Dissatisfied shareholders of Centene Corp. cannot sue the health insurer or its directors for allegedly withholding information relevant to the company’s March 2016 acquisition of Health Net for $6 billion, a federal appeals court April 7, Reuters reports. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a 2020 ruling by a federal judge in St. Louis, who found the shareholders had skipped a step: they hadn’t demanded that Centene sue the alleged wrongdoers itself and hadn’t backed up their claim that such a demand would have been futile.