Headline News Archive

2007

October

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  • Insurance claims could haunt houses. If past history is any measure, many homeowners affected by the wildfires burning throughout Southern California will find that claims they submit to insurers will…
16
  • Home Insurers Canceling in East. It is 1,200 miles from the coastline where Hurricane Katrina touched land two years ago to the neat colonial-style home here where James Gray, a…

September

28
  • Los 5 nuncas de la banca en Internet. El realizar las transacciones bancarias por Internet tiene muchas ventajas, porque toma menos tiempo que ir a la sucursal y tiene menos riesgos para la…
26
  • House passes kid's insurance bill. A major expansion of government health insurance to nearly 4 million children passed the House of Representatives Tuesday, but without enough Republican support to overcome…
12
  • Employer paid health care costs rise (Chinese). 【美聯社十一日電】據凱撒家庭基金會11日發表的調查報告說,今年職工及他們的僱主支付的健保費平均上漲6.1%,超過通貨膨脹率和薪資增長率,佔家庭預算的較大部分。
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  • Limited health policies vex some buyers. Sales agents peddling health insurance through Mega Life or Mid-West National told customers the coverage was affordable and good. What they often didn't say, according…
02
  • Lock out 'mortgage protection' pitches. The meltdown among sub-prime mortgage lenders shows a particularly ugly side of the housing market - the business of selling high-risk financial products to people…

August

31
  • Teetering on the edge of insurance. Small business owners Gordon and Babette Brennan used to pay as much as $800 a month for health insurance. But the Jupiter, Fla. couple felt…
29
  • Census: Health benefits scarcer. New numbers from the Census Bureau will likely fuel political debate in Congress and statehouses about the growing problem of the uninsured: Their ranks rose…
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