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Express Scripts Holding Co. agreed to pay $3.6 billion to acquire closely held EviCore Healthcare, a company that preapproves scans and other costly medical tests for health plans.

The deal comes as Express Scripts, a pharmacy benefit manager (PBM), is....More>>>

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The federal agency that runs HealthCare.gov has just given insurance agents and brokers more information about how the tough new special enrollment period verification process will really work.


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Chairman & CEO of Chubb Ltd (NYSE:CB) Evan G Greenberg sold 95,761 shares of CB on 12/21/2017 at an average price of $145.56 a share. The total sale was $13.9 million.

Chubb Ltd provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance (A&H), reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients. Chubb Ltd has a market....More>>>

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Northwestern Mutual Investment Management Company LLC grew its position in shares of Steel Dynamics, Inc. (NASDAQ:STLD) by 55.7% during the first quarter, according to its most recent filing with the SEC. The firm owned 48,305 shares of the basic materials company’s stock after acquiring an additional 17,272 shares during the period. Northwestern Mutual Investment Management Company LLC’s....More>>>

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The deductibles are just too darn high.

That’s the main issue President Trump’s supporters have with their Obamacare coverage, according to a new survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation. But they are also concerned that Republicans won’t solve the problem.

The non-profit research group interviewed 48 Trump voters in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan in December....More>>>

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In this episode of Motley Fool Answers, Robert Brokamp and Alison Southwick talk to special guest,New York Times reporter John Schwartz. Like many of us, the money decisions he made through the first few decades of his career were not the very best, but in his mid-50s, he made a concerted effort to get back on track, which he chronicled in his new book, This is the Year I Put My Financial Life in....More>>>

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MIB Group Inc. says young U.S. consumers may have shopped a little more for August than in August 2016.

The Braintree, Massachusetts based data collection group says U.S. individual life insurance....More>>>

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Mn Services Vermogensbeheer B.V. decreased its position in Hartford Financial Services Group Inc (NYSE:HIG) by 1.9% in the 1st quarter, according to its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The fund owned 56,100 shares of the insurance provider’s stock after selling 1,100 shares during the quarter. Mn Services Vermogensbeheer B.V.’s holdings in Hartford Financial....More>>>

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Buying an annuity that pays you income for life may sound like a great deal, but it isn’t always the right choice.

Annuities often come with astronomical fees and commissions, some of which can be quite difficult for investors to identify and understand.

Having said that, there are some cases when buying an annuity could make sense. Here’s the major problem with annuities,....More>>>

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The House Republican bill to replace Affordable Care Act (ACA) would allow insurers to charge older workers health insurance premiums five times as much as younger ones and give states the option to set their own ratio, according to published reports.

Under the ACA, also known as Obamacare, plans can charge their oldest customers only three times the prices charged to the youngest ones.