Insurer Anthem Fires Back At CignaHealth insurers Anthem and Cigna are now trading lawsuits instead of working together to salvage their shaky $48-billion buyout agreement.
Health Insurance Merger RejectedJudge says the Cigna-Anthem merger would reduce competition, increase costs and diminish innovation
Insurer Cigna Eases Rules For Opioid Addiction MedicationThe health insurer Cigna has agreed to end a policy that required physicians to fill out extra paperwork before they could give patients a drug used to treat opioid addiction.
Companies Store Trillions In Offshore AccountsA new study shows three-quarters of Fortune 500 companies stash billions in overseas accounts, including some Connecticut-based firms.
Insurance Commissioner Recuses Self From Cigna MergerConnecticut's insurance commissioner has told a state ethics panel that she would recuse herself from overseeing a proposed merger involving her former employer.
Panel Still Reviewing Insurance Commissioner Cigna RecusalConnecticut's ethics panel is continuing its review of whether Insurance Commissioner Katharine Wade should have recused herself from overseeing the proposed merger between Anthem Inc. and Bloomfield-based Cigna.
Government Suits Target Mergers Involving Bloomfield-based Cigna, Hartford-based AetnaThe department of Justice today filed a federal anti-trust lawsuit in an effort to block a major health insurance merger involving Bloomfield-based Cigna.
Insurance Commissioner Says She Has No Conflict In MergerConnecticut Insurance Commissioner Katharine Wade contends she has no conflict of interest that would prevent her from overseeing a proposed merger between Anthem Inc. and Bloomfield-based Cigna.
Ethics Board To Review Commissioner's Merger OversightThere have been calls for Insurance Commisioner Katherine Wade to recuse herself from oversight of the Anthem-Cigna Merger
Regulators Slap Bloomfield-based Cigna With Medicare Enrollment SuspensionFederal regulators have stopped Cigna from enrolling new Medicare customers until the health insurer deals with problems that have triggered care denials or delays and higher costs for some people.
Anthem, Cigna Shareholders Approve $48 B Tie-upA $48-billion deal that would create the nation's largest health insurer inched closer to completion after shareholders of both Anthem and Cigna voted in favor of a buyout.
Cigna Reports Q2 EarningsCigna's second-quarter earnings rose nearly 3 percent, beating estimates as the health insurer had predicted last week when it announced a plan to combine with bigger rival Anthem in a $48-billion deal.