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CNBC explains why there is a large gap between the number of households and amount of flood insurance policies in high-risk areas.
There was a drop in the number of patients seen by doctors, who still had increased payments.
Prudential Insurance will take over J.C. Penny's administration and benefit payments to retirees to cut its pension obligation.
Many companies at risk of the tax on high-cost health plans intend to avoid the levy.
Doctors outside of insurance plan networks charge several times what Medicare would pay.
Chemical contamination will hike the insurance bill for last month's blasts in the Chinese port of Tianjin, insurance specialists say.
Robert Horrocks, CIO & portfolio manager at Matthews Asia, says stock markets in China and Hong Kong still look attractive compared to other markets in the region.
Most companies now offer health coverage that requires employees to pay an annual deductible before insurance kicks in, and the size of that deductible has soared in the past decade, a study finds.
Coverhound's CEO, Keith Moore, discusses its key focus on digital experience, along with funding rounds, cyber-attacks and what makes them stand out
The fast-moving wildfires in California are threatening some of the state's most lucrative wine-producing regions and at the peak of harvest.
Members of Congress from both parties are calling for changes in the Affordable Care Act to stop rising premiums. The NYT reports.
Does owning a red car mean you'll pay more for auto insurance? Forty-four percent of Americans think so, but it's not the case.
Zurich Insurance has terminated its takeover talks with RSA Insurance. Marcus Rivaldi, executive director of credit & equity analytics at Twelve Capital, discusses.
Zurich has called off takeover talks with RSA, as the Swiss insurer revealed a third-quarter operating loss of up to $200M.
John Nelson, chairman of Lloyd's of London, says the decision by the Fed to leave rates unchanged isn't surprising given the "significant slowdown" in global growth.
Bankers Life recently ranked 60 U.S. metro areas in order of health and affordability for retirees. A look at the top 10 cities.
A sprawling seaside mansion in Mumbai has been sold for $113M in the most expensive residential property deal in India's history, the FT reports.
John Nelson, chairman of Lloyd's, says that while there is a growth in developing economies, the investment environment remains challenging.
The current number of Obamacare sign-ups is still ahead of an official 9.1 million customer year-end goal.
Insurance mergers "threaten ... widespread competitive harm," doctor and hospital groups warn regulators. New York Times reports.