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A workforce poll found that many businesses across the country score poorly on being prepared for severe winter weather. more
Jason Cardoza, owner of Truckers America LLC in North Kingstown, wasn’t scared off by the horror stories about health-exchange websites across the country or the potential risk of trusting his employees’ insurance to an untested government information technology system. more
Rhode Island’s relentless, bone-chilling winter left its mark with freezing pipes and other troubles for property owners across the state, say insurers. For many, the combination of an extremely cold winter and still-sluggish economy was particularly challenging. more
Despite a host of phone and online options, many consumers exploring the state’s new public health care exchange or the offerings of private insurer Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island have eschewed convenience to get their questions answered in person. more
A 78-year-old Rhode Island insurance agency and its affiliate have been acquired by Cross Financial Corp. subsidiary Cross Insurance, an independent insurer based in Bangor, Maine. more
The first phase of Obamacare ended last week much the same way it began: The federal website drew millions of visitors and crashed at least twice. more
Rhode Island homeowners pay 8 percent more for homeowner’s insurance after making a claim, according to a new insuranceQuotes.com report, a figure that is below the national average of 9 percent. more
(Updated, 5:05 p.m.) FM Global Chairman and CEO Shivan S. Subramaniam will retire at the end of 2014 after 40 years with the company he helped grow from an enterprise with $1 billion in annual revenue to one with yearly revenue of $5.6 billion. more
In Rhode Island, car insurance premiums rise by an average of 35 percent after a single claim, which puts the Ocean State 22nd in the country for its increase, according to a new insuranceQuotes.com report. more
Long-term health care costs in Rhode Island have risen more rapidly over the past five years than in the United States as a whole and can cost as much as 40 percent more each year than the national average, according to the Genworth 2014 Cost of Care Survey released Monday. more
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