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Julian Roberts, CEO of Old Mutual, says Africa will will see "significant" growth despite the low oil price.
The chief of California's state-run earthquake insurance agency says residents there have no financial protection if a big quake hits.
Total enrollment for 2015 now exceeds 7 million on the federal Obamacare exchange.
An official report faults HealthCare.gov's operator for failing to perform key management tasks in hiring and overseeing the site's contractors.
Steve Miller, AIG non-executive chairman, shares his thoughts on being designated a systemically important financial institution and the importance of making a distinction between a bank and an insurance company.
UnitedHealth, the largest U.S. health insurer, reported a better-than-expected fourth-quarter profit as premium income rose.
Mark Bertolini, Aetna chairman & CEO, discusses how he came up with the plan to boost wages.
Mark Bertolini, Aetna chairman & CEO, discusses what prompted him to raise the minimum wage for his workers.
Martin Senn, CEO of Zurich Insurance Group, says quantitative easing by the European Central Bank will help keep interest rates low and this will create a "challenge" for the insurance industry.
California's Obamacare exchange gave UnitedHealth Group limited access to the state's individual insurance marketplace.
Millions of people are potentially eligible for exemptions from Obamacare taxes, but many won't apply for those waivers.
The New York Times reports that a tightfisted government imposes very real costs, especially for those benefiting from Medicaid. The NYT reports.
An increasing number of people said they failed to get health insurance last year because they didn't know how to apply.
Every state served by the federal Obamacare exchange has already topped the sign-up level that they reached last year.
A study says trillions of dollars could be saved in health-care billing and insurance administrative costs over the course of years.
Steve Kandarian, MetLife chairman & CEO, explains why he thinks his company should not be designated as SIFI.
Steve Kandarian, MetLife chairman & CEO, says his company is fighting back against the government's assertion the insurance giant is too big to fail and should be designated a "systemically important financial institution."
Jim O'Shaughnessy, member of the "Squawk Box" inaugural Portfolio Challenge, believes time-tested fundamentals give some international stocks an edge.
MetLife is filing legal action in federal court to try to overturn the designation by U.S. regulators that the insurer is a too big to fail.
More than 8 million people would stop buying health insurance if the Supreme Court rules that HealthCare.gov subsidies are illegal, two studies warn.