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Oliver Bäte, CEO of Allianz, says there is an increasing demand for health and life insurance in China as people begin to protect their growing wealth.
The GOP health-care plan could signal the beginning of the end for employer-based healthcare insurance.
As Health and Human Services Secretary, Tom Price has a lot of power to roll back Obamacare regulations.
A Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare has met headwinds from within the GOP caucus in Congress.
Nobody wants to find out at age 65 that they haven't saved enough money, but that's what happens when you don't consider medical costs.
Counties that voted for Trump would see a tax-cut windfall that is three times less than the windfall Clinton-leaning counties.
Right wing opposition to the GOP health bill hitting a fever pitch. Here's why that's so good, say Jake Novak.
Generali CEO Philippe Donnet breaks down the key details from the Italian insurer’s 2016 earnings, and why he’s proud of the results.
Generali CEO Philippe Donnet gives his view on the current state of European politics, with comment on the Dutch elections and Brexit.
The House bill to replace the Affordable Care Act does not really repeal it, GOP Senator Ted Cruz wrote.
Republican leaders have their best chance to repeal Obamacare, but intraparty divisions could doom a pending bill in Congress.
Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) discusses parts of the American Health Care Act he would like to amend.
The bill is drawing fire from conservatives who say it doesn't go far enough to repeal Obamacare, and Democrats who say it goes too far.
Almost half of the public thinks fewer people would be insured and that health costs would be higher under the Republican plan.
The Congressional Budget Office estimated 24 million more people would be uninsured by 2026 under a Republican bill.
A Republican bill to replace Obamacare would provide much less in the way of tax credits that subsidize monthly health premiums.
The Office of Management and Budget projected that 26 million more people would be uninsured in 2016 if a GOP bill becomes law.
The GOP should learn more about what's happening in health care before trying to create sweeping reform, says Dr. Kevin Campbell.
Gordon Aitken, managing director and head of European insurance at RBC, discusses the latest earnings data from Prudential.
Prudential CEO Mike Wells breaks down the key details from the life insurance company’s earnings report, with comment on specific markets.
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