Headline News Archive

2009

February

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  • Economic state of the union. Fourteen months into a downturn that appears to be deepening, President Obama will address a joint session of Congress tonight to speak about the health
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  • Can Obama overhaul health care?. Now for the hard part. Even if the national credit card is maxed out and partisanship remains the rule for Washington's political tribes, President Barack
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  • Taxing motorists on miles driven. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he wants to consider taxing motorists based on how many miles they drive rather than how much gasoline they burn —
  • Health insurance for jobless workers. A new subsidy that goes into effect March 1 could make health insurance more affordable for millions of laid-off workers. But some businesses fear it could
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  • Hefty health spending in stimulus bill. The economic stimulus bill signed by President Obama contains more than $140 billion in health care spending, designed mostly to ease the recession's effects on workers
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  • Online health data in remission. The $19 billion prescribed in Congress's economic stimulus package to bring America's health-care records into the electronic age is a welcome opportunity for information technology firms
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  • Screwed by the fine print. Despite the new Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, corporations can still get away with employment discrimination and other harmful action through binding mandatory arbitration agreements in
  • Clash over digital health data. The Senate and House appear headed for a clash over competing visions of how to protect the privacy of patients' electronic medical records, with the
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  • Experian will no longer offer FICO scores. Borrowers have less than 10 days to see their FICO credit scores calculated by Experian Group Ltd., one of the three biggest personal credit-rating bureaus. Experian
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  • Cómo ahorrar dinero en tus seguros. En una época de crisis como la actual necesitas las mejores armas para luchar contra la economía tambaleante. Y para eso el Insurance Information
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January

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  • New credit-rating model is coming. Fair Isaac Corp. said Thursday that TransUnion LLC, one of the three major credit bureaus, will offer the credit-rating company's new model for evaluating borrowers'
 

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