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  • Coral Springs extends domestic partner benefits to staff

    It took a while, but Coral Springs has decided to extend insurance benefits to domestic partners of city staff. The issue of extending benefits to city employees came up at a City Commission retreat a few year ago, but the issue has been put on the...
  • How to judge Medicare plans

    How to judge Medicare plans
    While much of the nation is preoccupied with Obamacare and picking new health insurance at work, older Americans have deadlines of their own coming up — involving Medicare. We're just a few days away from the two-month period when the nation's...
  • Reader feedback Oct. 13: Gillespie reveals health care plan, Stone Brewing Co. picks Richmond

    Virginians react to Gillespie's health care plan Republican Senate nominee Ed Gillespie's health care plan relies on tiered tax credits, based on age and family size, to help people buy insurance on the open market. It would allow insurance companies...
  • Unemployment insurance program getting help in ferreting out fraud

    Unemployment insurance program getting help in ferreting out fraud
    California's troubled unemployment insurance program is getting a little more high-tech. In recent years, the state Employment Development Department has been plagued by breakdowns of a 30-year-old computer system. Staffers were forced to spend extra...
  • Report: Finley filing $10 million insurance claim

    The Sports Xchange Report: Finley filing $10 million insurance claim Former Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley is filing a claim on his $10 million insurance policy, according to USA Today. The claim can be paid out as soon as Oct. 20,...
  • SunRail officials scramble to get insurance

    SunRail officials scramble to get insurance
    A team of SunRail managers has gone to London and Bermuda four times during the past 15 months, trying to buy insurance for the commuter train serving Central Florida. SunRail spokesman Steve Olson said the system is largely unknown to the insurance...
  • NFL roundup: Brady heads to Buffalo without walking boot

    The Sports Xchange NFL roundup: Brady heads to Buffalo without walking boot Quarterback Tom Brady of the New England Patriots made the trip to Buffalo without the walking boot he had been wearing since sustaining an ankle injury in practice Friday,...
  • Medical evacuation services balk at flying out Ebola patients

    LONDON (Reuters) - Leading companies offering medical evacuation services are balking at flying Ebola patients out of West Africa for treatment abroad as the cost and the complexities of the deadly epidemic grow. Several airlines have cut flights to...
  • State approves rates for small business health insurance

    Some small businesses in Maryland will see a small drop in health insurance premiums next year, while others will pay as much as 11 percent more to cover their workers, according to rates released by state regulators Friday. The rates, which go into...
  • EU rules seek to aid securitization revival

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Commission published new rules on Friday to encourage more securitization of assets such as car and consumer loans and small business loans as part of a drive to channel more funds into the flagging European economy. The...
  • Allianz to keep Diekmann as CEO to tackle reforms: investors

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German insurer Allianz, still smarting from the sudden resignation of Bill Gross, founder of its Pimco asset management unit, is expected to break its own age rules by extending the contract of Chief Executive Michael Diekmann on...