Insurance

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Health Insurers Could Take $180 Million From Concussed Ex-NFL Players

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Nearly a fifth of the National Football League settlement approved this week compensating former players with head injuries could go to their health insurers instead.

Fink Says Central Bankers ‘Destroying’ Insurers With Low Rates

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Low interest rate policies by central banks around the world are threatening insurance companies and pension funds, said BlackRock's CEO.

The Doctor Is Out: LabCorp To Let Consumers Order Own Tests

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Consumers will soon be able to bypass their doctors by going online to order cholesterol readings, thyroid tests and other bloodwork from the biggest diagnostics company in the U.S.

Employers Can Pay Workers For Weight, Exercise, U.S. Says

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U.S. employers can greatly reduce health insurance costs for workers who participate in various “wellness” programs, the Obama administration said.

Time To Jog: John Hancock Offers Discount For Good Behavior

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The insurance company will discount premiums by as much as 15 percent for policy holders who track and perform well on various health metrics.

White House’s New Claim: Obamacare Helps U.S. Economy Grow

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Obamacare is a boon to the U.S. economy, says one presidential advisor, though he offered little direct evidence.

Genworth Said To Seek Buyers For GLAIC Life, Annuity Unit

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The move comes after the company lost about $1.6 billion in last year’s second half due to insufficient funds set aside to cover payouts on long-term care policies.

Planners Failing To Plan

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Every firm that wants to grow needs a formal business plan. Our firm’s plan has five vital elements.

Helping Hand

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ABLE accounts can supplement special needs trusts.

How Obama's Plan To Control Health-Care Costs Could Fail

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The jury is still out on two experimental payment models under Obamacare aimed at transforming how health care is paid for.

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