DeWitt Stern , the New York City-based insurance broker specializing in entertainment and sports, is offering a policy insuring local businesses against loss of revenue they would incur if Super Bowl XLVIII, to be played Feb. 2, 2014 at New Jersey’s Met Life Stadium, is cancelled or moved out of the tri-state area.
Four health insurance companies intend to offer nearly 300 different health insurance policies for sale on Washington, D.C.’s online health insurance exchange when it opens for enrollment on Oct. 1.
The average retirement age for Americans is the highest in more than two decades, according to a recent Gallup survey.
Marilyn Tavenner, a former nurse who rose to become Virginia’s secretary of health, received Senate approval to become permanent director of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Hudson Insurance Group, the U.S. insurance division of Odyssey Re Holdings Corp., has received approval from the Excess Line Association of New York to write excess line business in New York.
The U.S. Atlantic seaboard could be in for an active hurricane season, which begins June 1.
Genworth Life Insurance Co. has requested a long-term care insurance rate increase in Maryland above the threshold for which a public hearing must be held.
The announced deal by Ameritas Life Insurance Co. to sell its bank subsidiary, Acacia Federal Savings Bank in Falls Church, Va., to a Philadelphia-area bank has been canceled.
The administration of Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has notified state workers that their employee health insurance plans will no longer cover domestic partners in unmarried same-sex relationships.
A new report suggests the number of financial advisors will decline in the coming three years, despite an increase in the number of retirees with financial needs.