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Patients' medical records under threat

...from 214 in 2010 to 265 in 2013. Nearly 60 percent involved theft.Prominent cyberattacks affecting two health insurance giants happened after the study. Last May, a data breach hit Premera Blue Cross, affecting about 11 million customers...
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My Turn: Diversifying the Permanent Fund's purpose

...are currently showing an unrealized loss of $18.2 million. Then there's AIG, the American based multinational insurance giant riddled by accounting scandals. We've got 273,000 shares of their stock that cost us $33.5 million. But now...
Allstate again writes policies in AK

ANCHORAGE - Insurance giant Allstate has started writing new Alaska homeowner policies again, a month after the company stopped. The company is seeking to...
Letter: Which century is this, Empire?

...the free market. The author, writing for the Citizens' Council for Health Freedom (could it be financed by the insurance giants & Big Pharma?) warns of the danger of the U.S. joining the rest of the developed world in having federally financed...
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Three years after the meltdown: holding the banks accountable

...quickly soured. By one count, there are at least 90 such suits seeking nearly $200 billion. Among the plaintiffs: insurance giant AIG, still largely taxpayer owned, is suing Bank of America and is reportedly readying cases against Goldman Sachs...
Big retirement settlement comes with big price tag

...against Mercer was strong and could win a big settlement or judgment for the ARM Board. Mercer is a subsidiary in insurance giant March & McLennan, a publicly traded company with a stock market value of $14 billion. Key legislators were unwilling...
Outside Editorial: Wall Street execs: See the titans run

...Wall Street's risky investment schemes, it appears fraud was involved. A congressional panel found executives at insurance giant AIG hid some of its more risky financial products from auditors as the firm's losses mounted. One AIG auditor quit...
Permanent Fund takes hit as market falls

...29 a share after recently trading at $17 a share. The permanent fund's biggest losses, however, may come from insurance giant AIG. As of June 30, the fund had stock it had paid $144 million for, though it had by that time fallen to $75...


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