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The accidental inclusion of 380,000 people in dental plans to enrollment figures under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act provided a new opening for critics.
The head of the nation’s largest research trade association for the financial services industry sees potential for independent financial advisors to make money by selling life insurance.
Obamacare’s second year of enrollment began with only scattered glitches, buoying U.S. officials who seek to further reduce the portion of Americans without health insurance.
Dutch insurer Aegon took a one-off accounting hit and said future earnings at its U.S. business will miss assumptions because it had over-estimated an improvement in life expectancy.
Rich Weinstein is behind a series of scoops that could convince the Supreme Court to dismantle part of the Affordable Care Act.
State officials are formulating plans in case of a ruling next year against the Obama administration, which would eliminate billions of dollars in health insurance subsidies for more than 4 million...
Genworth Financial said sales of some products will be pressured and borrowing costs may rise after the insurer was cut to junk following a record loss.
Newly empowered Republicans say they can’t repeal Obamacare and plan to chip away at the law, starting with redefining full-time work in a way that could affect health coverage for 1 million people.
Prudential Financial, the second-largest U.S. life insurer, reported a quarterly profit that fell short of market estimates by a wide margin, mainly due to losses tied to its derivatives program.
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