SOURCE: Boston Review
by Caley Horan
America's health insurance morass is a result of the replacement of the ideal of mutual, universal risk sharing with the privatization of risk in pursuit of profit.
SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
Assessing the current company's financial ties to slavery requires understanding how the entity functioned as a pass-through for buyers and sellers of merchant insurance, rather than as an underwriter or funder of insurance policies.
The Lloyd’s of London insurance market apologised on Thursday for its “shameful” role in the 18th and 19th Century Atlantic slave trade and pledged to fund opportunities for black and ethnic minority people.
by Robert Brent Toplin
The crisis may create an opportunity to do what once seemed impossible: deliver universal healthcare and end the employer-based insurance system.
by Janet Golden
At a time when less than 20 percent of Americans completed high school and far fewer went on to higher education, financial institutions told parents to start saving for college.
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