Liberty Mutual is consolidating personal lines customer service operations from hundreds of sales offices nationwide to six call centers in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Indiana, Florida, Arizona and Texas.
Two pharmacy benefits managers are combining forces in an effort to negotiate better deals with pharmaceutical makers, a move that could in theory lead to lower drug prices for consumers.
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Many long-awaited reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) took effect today, Wednesday, April 1, including increased rates.
Next year, Obamacare insurance rules will start to apply to a new pool of small businesses, and experts say that could lead many of them to take a look at ... Read →
Deutsche Lufthansa AG expects an insurance claim of around $300 million in connection with the crash of its Germanwings aircraft in the French Alps, a spokesman for Germanwings’ parent Lufthansa ... Read →
Abaris Financial, Inc., a Philadelphia-based firm, has launched what is says is the first direct-to-consumer online platform for deferred income annuities.
Four out of 10 small businesses are likely to experience a property or general liability claim in the next 10 years, according to an analysis of The Hartford’s small business claims.
A long-awaited audit of Maryland’s health insurance exchange has found that the state improperly billed the federal government $28.4 million as former Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration struggled to launch what ... Read →
Consumers who have high-deductible health plans are foot soldiers who’ve been drafted in the war against high health costs. But the government's strategy in the war could backfire
Northwestern Mutual, the nation’s second-largest life insurer, announced that it will acquire LearnVest, an online financial planning and technology firm.
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New Jersey officials announced that an unlicensed former doctor and her husband were indicted for billing a medical insurance company more than $172,000 for treatments that were not rendered to patients. Read »
A licensed insurance broker-agent is accused of stealing more than $500,000 from the Los Angeles Unified School District and other programs managed by his employer, authorities said.