Consumer Reports says it has uncovered a wealth of questionable practices used to set auto insurance rates.
Ethicists ponder whether self-driving cars will be capable of choosing to save one versus many.
A new study finds that the vast majority of American drivers don’t shop around for car insurance, even though they may be able to get a better deal elsewhere.
A consumer group wants officials to investigate the use of ZIP codes in setting auto insurance rates.
A hacker claims he was able to nudge a flight — raising huge concerns for insurers.
Another state has banned insurance companies from charging loyal customers higher premiums.
Another health insurer has been hacked. Can we stop it from happening again?
America’s second- and third-largest auto insurance companies say they must raise premiums.
More drivers are shopping for a better deal on car insurance, but few switch carriers.
Auto insurers can now identify loyal customers and charge them more. Regulators wonder: Is that fair?