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  • With free visas, Thailand tells Chinese tourists 'please come back soon'

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - To make vacationing in a country still under martial law a little more attractive, Thailand's military junta is offering tourists from China free visas. Chinese are the biggest visitors to Thailand, accounting for 18 percent of total...
  • Obamacare plan premiums to decline on average in 16 cities: study

    (Reuters) - Health insurance premiums for low-cost Obamacare plans in 16 U.S. cities will fall slightly in 2015 as competition helps drives down price for the new subsidized individual health plans, according to a study Friday from the Kaiser Family...
  • Susan Tompor: Hard lessons about flood insurance policies

    Patricia Smith's frustration alone could flood a few more thousand homes in metro Detroit. After her basement was hit with several inches of water, Smith, 66, was angry when her insurance agent said he wasn't sure what coverage she had. Later, he said...
  • For many Californians, cost of earthquake insurance outweighs the risks

    NAPA Calif (Reuters) - During Sunday's 6.0 magnitude earthquake, some $75,000 worth of bottles of wine, rum and whiskey flew off the shelves of Aiyaz Masani's liquor store in Napa, California. He estimates about half his inventory was damaged, winding...
  • Is a wrecked Bugatti worth $250k?

     
    Filed under: Coupe, Auctions, Supercars, Bugatti When a Bugatti Veyron crashed on a highway in Austria a few months ago, insurance company AXA estimated the cost of repairs at upwards of $800,000. Of course, there were worries that even after all the...
  • China urges more private capital in health insurance sector

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China will encourage more private investment in health insurance, part of Beijing's push to open up its overburdened healthcare sector, the official Xinhua news agency said late on Wednesday. The government will also support...
  • 2 from H.B. accused in $105 million medical fraud case

    Fifteen people, including a doctor and a pharmacist from Huntington Beach, are facing charges of defrauding insurance companies of more than $100 million by mass-producing, distributing and prescribing an expensive toxic medication. Three of the accused...
  • MetLife Objects To 'Systemic' Tag By U.S. Risk Council

    WASHINGTON — Insurer MetLife said it is exploring ways to fight the U.S. government's proposal on Thursday to deem it "systemically important" and subject it to stronger regulatory oversight. MetLife is the third insurer to be tapped for such a...
  • Catholic Group, Insurance Department Resolve Dispute Over Abortion Documents

    A bureaucratic bulletin issued Aug. 18 resolves a dispute between a Catholic lobbying group and the state Insurance Department over public access to documents detailing how health insurers account for federal funds and spending on abortions. The issue is...
  • Ridesharing companies prevail over taxis in Sacramento -- again

    The pitched battle in the state Legislature between ridesharing companies and taxicabs is over, at least for now, and the smartphone-enabled services have emerged little worse for wear. The clear winner, though, was the California Public Utilities...
  • Thumbs Down On CL&P Hike, Up On Health Site Guru

    Thumbs down to Connecticut Light & Power for proposing an outrageous increase in its fixed monthly customer charge. It's suggesting a 59 percent hike in its flat-rate service charge. What?! That would increase a consumer's bill by $114 per year, hiking it...