The federal government is desperate for Americans to enroll in Obamacare’s exchanges. But most people have refused.
Sixteen months after going live, the insurance company Oscar has joined the elite group of start-ups known as unicorns, or those with billion-dollar valuations.
The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing a Maryland insurance regulatory agency over allegations that it paid female employees less than their male counterparts.
Business groups praised a proposed new rule from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission clarifying how employers can construct wellness programs, but consumers advocates said the new policy could harm workers.
Risk managers can expect a buyer-friendly market for most commercial insurance coverage lines for the remainder of 2015, while those shopping for cyber coverage could see significant rate increase, according to Willis.
A New York state appeals court rejected former American International Group Inc Chairman Maurice “Hank” Greenberg’s bid to dismiss a decade-old lawsuit accusing him of orchestrating an accounting fraud at the insurer.
Erie Insurance joins other insurance carriers, including AIG, USAA and State Farm, granted approval from the FAA to use drones for claims purposes.
The nation’s largest health insurer, UnitedHealth Group, beat analysts’ expectations with first-quarter earnings driven by growth in its Medicaid and Medicare customer base and stronger revenue from its Optum subsidiary.
William Wheeler, president of the Americas at MetLife Inc., will step down as leader of the life insurance company’s largest unit in August.
ACE Group announced two executive appointments in its regional operations to support expansion in key markets in the U.S., particularly in the upper middle market segment.