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Under Fire for Health Insurance Rate Hikes, WellPoint Goes To Court to Defend Denial of Care
Liver Transplant Trial Offers Rare Glimpse at Health Insurer's Claims Handling
President Obama Tells Insurance Execs of Constant Premium Hikes: This Is 'Unacceptable and Unsustainable'
Jake Tapper and Sunlen Miller report: As expected, President Obama popped by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ meeting with executives from the five largest health insurance companies. The news was first broken by White House press secretary Robert...
Clem's Chronicles: Health Care Summit/Toyota/Shamu
Happy Wednesday folks-plenty of news out there this evening. HEALTH CARE HEARING-On the eve of the White House Health Care Summit, a hearing on the House side looking into potentially excessive rate hikes being instituted by WellPoint and its’ subsidiary...
Stupak and Abortion Still a Roadblock for Dems and Health Reform
ABC News' Z. Byron Wolf: Michigan Rep. Bart Stupak, a key moderate Democrat in the House, looked very much in favor of health care reform as he grilled health insurance executives at a House hearing today. But he also said...
Lawmakers Blast Anthem Blue Cross Executives for Insurance Rate Hikes
Members of the House today ripped WellPoint Inc., owner of Anthem Blue Cross , for hiking insurance premiums and blaming the rate increase on tough economic times even as the company gave executives hefty compensation and organized lavish retreats. Earlier this month, Anthem abruptly announced it
Women CEOs Slowly Gain on Corporate America
Ellen Kullman replaced Chad Holliday at DuPont dd Thursday to start 2009, which brings to 13 the number of female CEOs running the USA's largest 500 publicly traded companies. That's a record. But it's only one more than last year, a year when Hillary Rodham Clinton and Sarah Palin missed becoming
The World's Most Powerful Women
Individual Female Leaders Climbed Higher, but Women as a Group Made Modest Gains
Female CEOs make more gains in 2007
Female CEOs running major U.S. corporations grew from nine to a record 12 in 2007. While that is only 2.4% of the Fortune 500, one trend is developing that might suggest that women are going mainstream. For the second year in a row, the stock performance of women-led companies mirrored that of
Women on Top: Forbes' Most Powerful Females
For the second year in a row, Angela Merkel, the first woman to become chancellor of Germany, ranks No. 1 on our list of the World's 100 Most Powerful Women. She continued to impress the world with her cool leadership at two back-to-back summits. First, she stuck to her principles, getting G-8