- More football concussion lawsuits filed against NCAA
A Houston-based law firm said Wednesday it had filed six concussion claims against the NCAA and several Division I universities and athletic conferences.
- State prescription drug monitoring program hits a dead end
As many states move toward requiring health care providers to check prescription drug monitoring programs before dispensing controlled substances, Missouri is back at square one – again.
- SEC to make third-largest whistleblower award
- Employers back inclusion of certain ACA provisions in new reform law
While more than 40% of employers said they view the Affordable Care Act more negatively now than when President Barack Obama signed the landmark legislation into law more than six years ago, many say they back inclusion of key ACA provisions as part of a…
- Cyber security biggest risk to financial system: SEC chief
(Reuters) — Cyber security is the biggest risk facing the financial system, the chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Tuesday, in one of the frankest assessments yet of the threat to Wall Street from digital attacks.
- Insurer group leader fears climate changes to add to Canada disasters
(Reuters) — Canada will have to set aside more money to deal with natural disasters like wildfires, storms and floods as climate change starts to bite, the head of the country’s property insurance industry group said on Wednesday.
- Americans with health coverage up
The percentage of Americans without health insurance continues to fall, dropping for the first time to below 10% in 2015, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.
- Employer response wary to new overtime rules
The updated rule, which was issued Tuesday and will take effect Dec. 1, 2016, will affect 4.2 million workers.
- Banks scrutinize SWIFT security after hacks
Major U.S. banks are scrutinizing security of the SWIFT messaging network following cyber attacks in Bangladesh and Vietnam.