The controversial co-founder and former CEO of life insurance giant Conseco Inc. (now CNO Financial Group Inc.) spearheaded the purchase of a small life insurance company operated out of Texas and plans to gradually build up its operations here.
CNO Financial Group Inc. said it ended a risk-transfer deal with a reinsurer tied to embattled hedge fund Platinum Partners and has filed suit against executives of Beechwood Re. CNO shares tumbled after the news.
Anthem Inc. and Cigna Corp. are refusing to provide letters between the two insurers that the U.S. government contends will show that they get along so poorly that they wouldn’t be able to effectively merge.
The Justice Department, which is trying to stop a $48 billion merger between insurance giants Anthem and Cigna, said in a court filing that the firms are accusing each other of breaching their agreement, creating a "state of hostility" between the companies.
President Barack Obama met with top executives from more than a dozen health insurers on Monday to re-affirm his support for the Affordable Care Act after several companies retreated from the law’s government-run insurance markets.
Health insurer Cigna Corp., which has an agreement to be acquired by Anthem Inc., won't be able to sign customers for its private Medicare plans during the fall enrollment season because of an investigation by U.S. regulators.
If Hillary Clinton wins the White House, expect her to mount a rescue effort for the struggling health care law, which is facing double-digit premium increases and exits by big-name insurers, among other problems.
Hoosiers looking for health insurance on the Obamacare marketplace for next year will see fewer choices and double-digit premium increases on most plans, the Indiana Department of Insurance said Thursday.