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  • Dash Cams Hold Benefits Despite Absence of Insurance Incentives

     
    By Ali Oswald Dash cams may not be as popular in the U.S. as in Russia, where footage from them has produced many popular YouTube videos, but they do have a number of practical benefits for drivers. Related: Most Backup......
  • First look at 2015 Medicare plans

    First look at 2015 Medicare plans
    Medicare has released a sneak peek of what will be available in 2015. The new data, which the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services released Sept. 18, names the insurers that will be selling privately run HMO-style Medicare Advantage and...
  • California Gov. Jerry Brown swims in money on way to re-election�

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Polls show Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown cruising easily toward an unprecedented fourth term, but many donors from labor unions to beer distributors, from Hollywood to Silicon Valley keep contributing generously to his campaign, raising...
  • Insurance debate snares prostate cancer study

    PHILADELPHIA More than a decade after prostate cancer became the economic driver behind proton beam therapy in the U.S., it still isn't clear that men treated with the technology do better than those who get less costly radiation treatments. That's why...
  • Obamacare, Round Two

     Obamacare, Round Two
    Open enrollment for the second year of Obamacare begins in scarcely more than a month. Government officials swear that HealthCare.gov will not repeat last year's debacle in which computer snafus thwarted many people from signing up. The government...
  • World Bank launches public-private infrastructure plan

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The World Bank on Thursday launched a new initiative that would bring together governments, development institutions and private investors to form public-private partnerships for infrastructure. The initiative, known as the...
  • Uber says it'll add jobs as lawmakers mull ride-sharing veto move

    Uber says it'll add jobs as lawmakers mull ride-sharing veto move
    Ride-share company Uber said today that it would hire 420 more people in its Chicago office in the next two years as the firm prepares to move into a bigger space in the West Loop, but indicated the firm could reconsider if state lawmakers this fall...
  • Sears shares drop by as much as 15 percent

    Sears shares drop by as much as 15 percent
    Shares in both Sears and J.C. Penney took a hit Wednesday in the wake of sales and news reports that highlighted challenges. Shares of Sears Holdings Corp., the parent company of Sears, were down more than 15 percent earlier in the day after a news...
  • Insurance Department Modifies Rates Proposed By Aetna, UnitedHealthcare

    The Connecticut Insurance Department this week modified rates proposed by health insurers for coverage in 2015, including Aetna and UnitedHealthcare. These are the latest of many rate filings that began as early as the summer. Each filing is for a...
  • Suit asks why U.S. bailout of AIG wasn't more generous

    The trial pitting a fallen financial titan against an array of former high government luminaries provides a through-the-looking-glass view of the financial credit crisis of 2008 — a view that only makes sense on Wall Street. In the U.S. Court of...
  • Trial begins in Omidi money order case

    Trial begins in Omidi money order case
    A federal criminal trial got underway Tuesday against a member of the Omidi family whose sons were behind the controversial and now-defunct 1-800-GET-THIN ad campaign. On trial is Cindy Omidi, 65, who is accused of violating federal anti-money...