A Texas study finds consumers willing to shop could save an average of 19% on auto insurance.
America’s breakthrough single-payer health care system for the elderly has plenty to celebrate at 50.
Consumer Reports says it has uncovered a wealth of questionable practices used to set auto insurance rates.
Regulators will question whether the proposed merger would cost consumers more for health insurance.
With injuries mounting, one fan takes legal action to force foul-ball netting at baseball stadiums.
A new “Surgeon Scorecard” helps consumers pick a surgeon based on their past performance.
Employers ponder whether to insure unwed spouses following the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling.
A merger of two health insurance giants comes as their competitors petition to raise rates.
What’s the danger in selfie sticks? The answer is probably lurking right behind you.
Analysts say market changes are prompting a feeding frenzy of consolidation among insurance companies.