- Sanders reaffirms single-payer stance after New Hampshire victory
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
- MetLife challenges U.S. 'too big to fail' designation in court
Tired of being labeled a SIFI, MetLife is arguing that the Financial Stability Oversight Council’s process is “secretive” and “flawed.”
- Weak rates, strong dollar hit Arch results
Arch Capital Group Ltd. on Tuesday reported a steep drop in 2015 fourth-quarter profits and lower revenues amid a continued soft market.
- Privatizing flood insurance a 'priority' for House finance committee
WASHINGTON — Consideration of a bill that would encourage private insurers to enter the flood insurance market is a “priority” for the House Financial Services Committee, the chairman of the panel said Wednesday.
- Chipotle must pay out $600,000 in gender bias suit
Three female Cincinnati-area former general managers at Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. who charged the company with gender discrimination have been awarded about $200,000 each in back pay and punitive damages by a federal jury in U.S.
- Arizona insurance department names interim director
Leslie Hess has been named interim director of the Arizona Department of Insurance.
- Injured man's comp benefits turn on definition of 'offensive' legal standard
A Texas man who suffered a traumatic brain injury at work could be eligible for lifetime workers compensation benefits if his condition fits an expanded standard of “imbecility” used in Texas workers comp law, a state appellate court ruled.
- Cigna, Aetna enter outcomes-based contract with Novartis for heart drug
Newly approved heart failure medication Entresto will have to earn its keep under the arrangement, a format many pharmacy experts consider to be superior to the U.S.’s standard pay-per-pill model.
- Greyhound settles Justice Department disability charges
Greyhound Lines Inc. will pay at least $300,000 to disabled passengers to settle U.S. Department of Justice charges that it repeatedly violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.