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John Nelson, Chairman of Lloyd's of London, says Iran opening up for trade is good for markets. The company has said it will provide EU client insurance for the transportation of Iranian oil.
Carl Icahn on Tuesday renewed his call to break up insurance giant American International Group, sending its shares higher in premarket trading.
UnitedHealth reported a 30 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by strength in its Optum pharmacy benefit management business.
The CEO of Puerto Rican insurance company Ambac fired back at his critics in an exclusive interview with CNBC.
About 40 percent of firms that will be required to file new Obamacare tax forms aren't aware of those forms.
MetLife announced Tuesday that it plans to separate its U.S. life insurance unit — the largest in the country.
Mount Sinai Hospital's CEO told CNBC that while Obamacare survived a repeal attempt, it's locked in a tough game of numbers.
The Obama administration said recently that more than 11 million have signed up for health insurance. Experts see it differently.
The Obama administration is looking to draw in more uninsured customers as open enrollment nears its Jan. 31 deadline.
Homeowners and renters up and down California are signing up for flood insurance for the first time as severe weather hits the state.
Thomas Seidl, insurance analyst at Sanford Bernstein, recommends Aviva and Admiral as buy options for investors.
Steve Roder, senior executive VP and CFO of Manulife, says although the insurance industry has a history of using "optimistic illustration" of annualized returns, Manulife is well-governed and compliant with insurers' regulations.
Steve Roder, senior executive VP and CFO at Manulife, says the DBS Bancassurance partnership will help the insurer tap into DBS' six million customers.
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Cut the cost of health-care premiums by buying insurance online at HealthCare.gov to qualify for a tax credit worth thousands of dollars.
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Many Obamacare customers pay more than 10 percent of their incomes toward coverage costs, a report found.
About 2.1 million people under age 35 have signed up for coverage on HealthCare.gov.
About 2.4 million new Obamacare customers have been signed up on the federal insurance exchange.
Enrollment ends Jan. 31, but people will need to sign up sooner for coverage to be effective Jan. 1.