Category Archives: Insurance

“I was drinking in thoughts of the Fanta Girl when the painting drew me in”

 By ann summers Unlike delusional folks who attack artworks for unimaginable reasons, evidently this budding art historian felt the image lacked punch or Chinoiserie, and decided to violate the picture plane among other museum rules. Or had he decided that … Continue reading

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Wendell Potter: Court Case Against Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Shows How Insurers Rip Off Working People and Their Employers

By Elaine Magliaro Wendell Potter is a former CIGNA executive who became a healthcare industry whistleblower. He is an outspoken critic of the US private health insurance industry–“particularly HMOs, and the sometimes-hidden tactics insurers can use to increase their profits by creatively denying policyholders their … Continue reading

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