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  • The Goodman Theatre would like to be in your will

    The Goodman Theatre would like to be in your will
    The other morning I was standing in the lobby of the Goodman Theatre when a bike messenger glided past without a word and disappeared into the bathroom. A moment later, he reappeared and dotted out back to the street, unchained his bike and vanished...
  • Auto insurers cut motorists who drive few miles little slack

     Auto insurers cut motorists who drive few miles little slack
    Big auto insurers, including Northbrook-based Allstate, frequently fail to give price breaks to motorists who do relatively little driving, despite a strong correlation between mileage and claims, says a study released Thursday. The Consumer Federation...
  • Obamacare: California exchange caps specialty drug costs for patients

    Obamacare: California exchange caps specialty drug costs for patients
    Tackling the high price of specialty drugs, California's Obamacare exchange capped what consumers will have to pay for expensive medications each month. The new limits, set to go into effect in January, mark a first for state exchanges nationwide,...
  • Cigna: Three Medical Groups In Connecticut Reduced Costs

    Cigna Corp.'s collaborations with three medical groups in Connecticut appear to be paying off in savings on medical treatments, the Bloomfield health insurer said Wednesday. In a news release, Cigna cited its partnerships with ProHealth Physicians of...
  • Jeff Stimpson: Handling a nursing home

    The health of an elderly parent falters and fails, a home for decades gives way to a hospital room and suddenly the longtime source of family unity and strength can't even live alone anymore. That's a family challenge that often sends adult children to...
  • TowneBank to move into new Richmond high-rise, aims for top spot in Hampton Roads

    TowneBank to move into new Richmond high-rise, aims for top spot in Hampton Roads
    TowneBank is aiming to be the top bank by deposit share in Hampton Roads and among the top four in Richmond, the chief executive said Wednesday. "Our goal here is to be No. 1," TowneBank Chairman and CEO G. Robert Aston Jr. told about 1,000 attendees of...
  • Senate OKs Bill To Allow Municipal Employees To Enroll In State Health Care Plan

    HARTFORD — Legislation that would let cities and towns enroll their employees in the state's health insurance plan won Senate approval Thursday evening over the objections of Republican lawmakers worried about higher state expenses and new...
  • State warns auto insurers: Prices must be based on risk

    State warns auto insurers: Prices must be based on risk
    Florida insurance regulators don't know if auto insurers are charging a "loyalty tax" to customers less likely to shop around at renewal time, but they want companies to know the practice will run them afoul of state law. Insurance Commissioner Kevin...
  • Chicago Ridge cuts back on insurance program

    Chicago Ridge cuts back on insurance program
    Chicago Ridge trustees have revised the village's controversial insurance program to restrict it to current elected officials and denying it to those taking office in 2017 and beyond. In addition, the change will deny lifetime benefits to any current...
  • Cyberattack affects 1.1 million CareFirst customers

    Cyberattack affects 1.1 million CareFirst customers
    A "sophisticated cyberattack" has compromised personal information of about 1.1 million customers of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, the region's largest health insurer, the company said Wednesday. Attackers gained access to names, birth dates, email...
  • Study: 23 pct of US adults with health coverage underinsured

    Nearly a quarter of U.S. adults who were insured all last year lacked adequate protection from big medical bills based on their income, according to Commonwealth Fund research. The nonprofit foundation estimates that about 31 million people between the...