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  • California, which gains $400 million in unclaimed assets a year, urged to find owners

    The state has a reduced incentive to track down the owners of unclaimed bank accounts, insurance policies and other financial valuables because those assets provide $400 million in annual revenue for the state budget, according to the nonpartisan...
  • Unclaimed property policy has conflict, needs improvement, state report says

    Unclaimed property policy has conflict, needs improvement, state report says
    The state has a reduced incentive to track down the owners of unclaimed bank accounts, insurance policies and other financial valuables because those assets provide $400 million in annual revenue for the state budget, according to the nonpartisan...
  • It's high time for Pope Francis to open the Vatican Bank's files

    It's high time for Pope Francis to open the Vatican Bank's files
    Pope Francis, who has worked hard to carve out a reputation as a reformer, is facing one of his most daunting challenges when it comes to the Catholic Church's finances, particularly the Vatican Bank. Since World War II — when the bank was created...
  • With purchase of EnvisionRx, Rite Aid gets in on the drug intermediary racket

     With purchase of EnvisionRx, Rite Aid gets in on the drug intermediary racket
    John Standley, chief executive of the Rite Aid pharmacy chain, was effusive this week in describing how consumers will benefit from his company spending $2 billion to buy EnvisionRx, a firm most people likely never heard of. The deal, he said, will...
  • Anthem offers services for customers affected by hacking

    Anthem is offering identify theft repair and credit monitoring services to current and former customers affected by the health insurer's major data security breach earlier this month. The services, available for Anthem members dating back to 2004, are...
  • Anthem data breach update: scammers trying to cash in, authorities press company to notify affected customers

    Anthem data breach update: scammers trying to cash in, authorities press company to notify affected customers
    Here's the latest on the data breach announced last week by health insurer Anthem that reportedly could affect as many as 80 million people, including some in Pennsylvania. Starting at 2 p.m. Friday, Anthem members will be able to sign up for free...
  • Deadline is Sunday to avoid penalty for not having insurance

    With all of the controversy surrounding the Affordable Care Act last year, self-employed welder Tom Sudduth figured there was no way the law would survive. So he ignored it. But this year, the 57-year-old had to pay a tax penalty because he did not have...
  • Connecticut residents flocking to enrollment centers

    People on Friday continued to line up in New Haven and New Britain to enroll in health coverage through Connecticut's insurance marketplace before Sunday's deadline. Jason Madrak, chief marketing officer for the state marketplace, said there have been...
  • With smaller uninsured pool, MNsure boosts outreach

    The smell of fresh cilantro, baked goods and noodle soup wafts over a group of nearly a dozen people, all waiting their turn for help signing up for health insurance. This outpost — laptops stationed on fold-up tables, tucked away inside the...
  • Anthem Customers Start Signing Up For ID Protection, Credit Monitoring

    Anthem Customers Start Signing Up For ID Protection, Credit Monitoring
    Anthem customers started signing up for free identity protection and credit-monitoring services Friday afternoon in response to a cyber attack on the health insurer's IT systems announced Feb. 4 that could affect as many as 80 million current and former...
  • Oklahoma insurance commissioner marks opening of shelter

    Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak's office is marking the opening of a new school storm shelter in Tulsa. Doak attended a ceremony Thursday to mark Lindbergh Elementary School's launch of its new library that doubles as a storm shelter. ...