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Wells Fargo is facing new regulatory scrutiny for not refunding insurance money owed to people who paid off their car loans early. The NYT reports.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan discusses Brighthouse Financial's first day of trading at the Nasdaq.
U.S. health insurer Anthem will no longer offer Obamacare plans in Nevada's state exchange, the state's insurance commissioner said Monday.
Some pharmaceutical companies are cutting deals with insurance companies to favor their brand-name products over cheaper generics, ProPublica reports.
Steven Kandarian, MetLife CEO, and Eric Steigerwalt, Brighthouse Financial CEO, talk about MetLife spinning off its retail life and annuity business as Brighthouse Financial begins trading on the Nasdaq as a separate stock.
The nation's top six health insurers reported $6 billion in adjusted profits for the second quarter, up 29 percent from a year ago.
Cigna entered the Obamacare exchanges in 2014, to try to find a "solution" that worked, CEO David Cordani told CNBC on Friday.
Swiss Re CFO David Cole says that his business' latest data are in line with expectations though Cyclone Debbie in Australia impacted first half results.
Allianz CFO Dieter Wemmer speaks about his company's Pimco arm and how the business as a whole is responding to regulation.
Allianz CFO Dieter Wemmer speaks about second-quarter earnings including data for his company's asset management arm Pimco.
Swiss Re, the world's second-largest reinsurer, wrote 10 percent less business during the July property and casualty contract renewal season as rates continued to decline, albeit at a slowing pace, it said on Friday.
Aetna and Molina Health's latest results are a stark reminder of how tricky the Obamacare exchange markets are for insurers.
"Precision" medicines can be highly effective in treating serious diseases like cancer, explains Celgene CEO Mark Alles.
Credit Agricole reported a sharp rise in its core capital ratio to 12.4 percent, as the bank took advantage of higher profits and a sale of a stake in investment company Eurazeo to beef up its financial position.
Michael Cameron, CEO of Suncorp, talks about the Australian insurer's annual profits, which stood at A$1.15 billion ($916 million).
China's insurance regulator said on Thursday it had no plans to ask insurer Anbang to sell overseas assets.
The lawsuit filed on Sunday is the latest Wells Fargo scandal, following an incident where the bank's employees created millions of unauthorized customer accounts to meet sales goals.
Genetic counseling has grown dramatically in the past decade, touching all aspects of health-care as medicine becomes more personalized.
Hospitals could do to health insurance what Amazon is doing to retail, says Jake Novak. Here's how.
Blue Cross Blue Shield's new rate-hike request is still higher than it would be if federal payments to insurers were guaranteed.
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