My blog earlier this week certainly stirred things up. Which, in this age of pageviews and click-throughs, is supposed to be a good thing.
I got a new Jeep last month while I was on vacation.
Religion wins. Science loses. And we're reminded once more that money talks and democracy walks.
The BEA says the GDP estimate released today is based on more complete source data than were available for the estimate issued last month.
Say what you want about the lumbering Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, but the kids sure love it.
Researchers at Accenture see the market hitting 40 million by 2018.
At the AHIP conference — and in the health care world — it's all about the exchanges. I’m just not so sure brokers have figured that out yet.
Say what you want about PPACA, but it’s certainly not the job killer some predicted.
Data show years of double-digit premium increases before health care reform was even a bill, let alone the law of the land.
Measles cases hit a 20-year high. Why?
According to a study from the Task Force on Low-Value Care, health care consumers are sinking $25 billion a year on low-value procedures that are often not even needed.
According to a Paychex report, millennials make an average of $21.80 per hour, and their annual hourly earnings are growing at a rate nearly double the national rate.