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  • Wes Maddox: Terrorism insurance key to economic growth, stability

    One of the items Congress can and must complete action on in the eight days it will be in session before this year's elections is the reauthorization of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, which is set to expire in December. TRIA has broad bipartisan...
  • Judge adjourns Detroit bankruptcy trial to finalize breakthrough creditor deal

    The confirmation hearing to restructure the City of Detroit has been adjourned until Monday morning, giving the city and creditor Syncora time to finalize a breakthrough deal reached Tuesday night. Syncora is one of two major holdouts as the city has...
  • What's wrong with the new conservative answer to Obamacare

    What's wrong with the new conservative answer to Obamacare
    The best sign that conservatives have finally given up their childish campaign to repeal the Affordable Care Act is that they've been cooking up proposals to keep some of the ACA's most important provisions in place, without fully abandoning Republican...
  • Standard Life affirms Scotland vote plans, no impact on dividend, listing

    LONDON (Reuters) - Standard Life on Wednesday reiterated it could transfer business to England if necessary after next week's Scottish independence vote, and said the referendum result would have no impact on dividend payments or its London listing. The...
  • U.S. health premiums creep up, but out-of-pocket costs jump: study

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. health insurance premiums are going up only 3 percent this year, to an average of $16,834 for a family. Workers will pay about 20 percent of that cost, or $4,823, according to a study released on Wednesday. The Kaiser Family...
  • Companies win federal contracts while flouting labor law

    RALEIGH, N.C. Robert Malick has weathered plenty of uncertainty in the 22 years he's run a multimillion-dollar heating and air conditioning firm. His secret to success: Follow the money and the people who can get it. To do it, his company, Southern...
  • The GOP and birth control

    The following editorial appeared in the Charlotte Observer on Sunday, Sept. 7: North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis, in a debate last week with U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan, joined a growing number of election-year Republicans in support of over-the-counter...
  • AFC West Analysis: Broncos Manning top spot - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange By Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange AFC West Analysis: Broncos Manning top spot Quarterback Peyton Manning and a fortified defense are expected to push the Denver Broncos to the best in the AFC West again for 2014, according to a...
  • Brian Rider: Post 9-11 terrorism insurance law necessary for U.S. economy

    America has exceptional military and intelligence capabilities. However, growing political upheaval, particularly in the Middle East, reminds us of our vulnerability to terrorism and prompts questions about our nation's readiness to absorb an attack....
  • Japan's brokerages seize opportunity as death tax set to rise

    TOKYO (Reuters) - As Japanese families gathered earlier this month for the traditional "Obon" festival honoring ancestors, some elderly parents broached an awkward but increasingly critical topic: planning for inheritance. Japan's government will...
  • Tantrums, concubines, hotpot burns and smog: China insurers have it covered

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Your child throws a tantrum and smashes something? Take out "naughty child insurance". Similarly, buy cover against your bride becoming pregnant before the honeymoon, your team being knocked out of the soccer World Cup, burning...