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  • Lying on insurance forms could cost you

    A new survey shows more than half of all insurance applicants lie, according to

  • We benefit being part of the EU: Lloyd's CEO

    Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyd's of London, discusses the insurance industry and explains why she thinks the U.K. should stay in the European Union.

  • Pricing the cost of terrorism

    Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyd's, discusses how insurance companies can help businesses insure against acts of terrorism.

  • Corporate headquarters of insurer Health Net Inc. in Woodland Hills, California.

    Health insurer Centene received approval for its $6.3 billion acquisition of Health Net from California regulators.

  • Overweight obesity weight loss

    Two nutrition experts tell CNBC why Americans have such a tough time keeping the pounds off, and how that can change.

  • People sit with insurance agents as they discuss plans available under the Affordable Care Act in Miami.

    Most people will just need to check a box on their tax forms indicating if they had health coverage.

  • A CEO leaves $10m for his staff

    The outgoing CEO of The Admiral Group will split the money between his full-time staff holding over one year of service.

  • AIG affiliates charged with mutual fund shares conflicts by the SEC on March 14, 2016.

    Three AIG advisory firms have settled charges by the SEC that they levied unnecessary fees on mutual fund clients.

  • Long term care

    If you're too rich for Medicaid and don't want to rely on family or spend down assets for long-term care, LTC insurance might be a solution.

  • A Chinese security guard walks past the front desk at a branch of Anbang Insurance in Shanghai last December.

    Anbang Insurance Group is leading a consortium behind a $13.2 billion bid for Starwood Hotels — the latest foray into U.S. hospitality.

  • healthcare costs

    Estimates say Trump's proposal to repeal Obamacare and make other changes could cost nearly $500 billion and lead to 21 million more uninsured people.

  • The big Anbang

    CNBC's Susan Li looks into the Chinese company Anbang who is making headlines today with its takeover bid for Starwood Hotels.

  • Senior couple long term care

    Most Americans will need long-term care, but few have a game plan for how to pay for it. Here's how you can cover the cost.

  • Blackstone Group has agreed to sell Strategic Hotels & Resorts Inc. to a Chinese firm for $6.5 billion.

  • Chris Wei, Asia chairman at Aviva, says the fund management business is making new inroads in Australia and Singapore.

  • We are pleased with results: Aviva CEO

    Mark Wilson, CEO of Aviva, says the insurance company has several options to deploy surplus capital.

  • Exciting time to look at Prudential: Pro

    Gordon Aitken, European insurance sector strategist at RBC Capital Markets, says Prudential produced a “great set of results”, discussing why the firm has long-term growth potential in Asia.

  • Prudential's plan for Eastspring Investments

    Mike Wells, CEO of Prudential, says the Asian asset manager Eastspring Investments is well positioned for 2016.

  • The outlook for asset management

    Mike Wells, CEO of Prudential, says the U.K. asset management space is becoming more competitive and comments on the trend of 'robo-advisors.'

  • China is mis-read by the West: Prudential CEO

    Mike Wells, CEO of Prudential, discusses market conditions in China and the insurance company's full-year results.

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