Archive for January 2018
MetLife Stumbles, Then Uses Words Buffett Has Called `Ugly'
The company faces new questions about its ability to handle it pension risk transfer business. Source: Think AdvisorRead More
What’s Bad for GE Will Be Even Worse for America
The editors at a general business news service point out that the United States has a long-term care reserve problem. Source: Think AdvisorRead More
Who Could Lead a New Health Care Company for Three Billionaires?
Reporters come up with a list of candidates to be Amazon’s health benefits czar. Source: Think AdvisorRead More
Can Amazon Transform Health Care? It's Not Crazy
Maybe Jeff Bezos’s new project is doomed. On the other hand, he did start Amazon. Source: Think AdvisorRead More
Aetna Cuts Selling Expenses
Medicare Advantage enrollment rose slightly, but enrollment in fully insured small-group plans was down. Source: Think AdvisorRead More
Amazon, Berkshire, JPMorgan to Target Health care `Tapeworm'
Giant employers try a newer new approach to managing health benefits costs. Source: Think AdvisorRead More
3 Must-Ask Questions for Annuity Clients
Here’s advice about a simple approach to making sure the consumer gets a contract that fits. Source: Think AdvisorRead More
5 Things Two Top Annuity Trackers Are Seeing Now
One thing Gary Baker and Tamiko Toland are not seeing is a complete erasure of the best interest standard. Source: Think AdvisorRead More
House Passes Senior Safe Act
Legislation improves the ability of companies to work with regulators to protect seniors, said ACLI’s Kempthorne. Source: Think AdvisorRead More
Long-Dreaded Amazon.com Threat to Drug Middlemen Draws Closer
What would Express Scripts do in a world where CVS-Aetna squares off against Amazon Health? Source: Think AdvisorRead More