INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Shares of Community Health Systems Inc. fell Tuesday as Wall Street remained doubtful that rival hospital operator Tenet Healthcare Corp. will accept an increased buyout offer.

THE SPARK: On Monday, Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health raised its offer by 21 percent to $7.25 per share, or about $4.06 billion. But it said the latest bid will expire May 9 unless Tenet is open to talks. It said new offer was its “best and final offer” based on information currently available.

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