The taint of scandal surrounding the Wells Fargo fake account fiasco has spread to Prudential, with three employees of the insurance giant claiming they were retaliated against — and ultimately fired — for trying to blow the whistle on possible insurance fraud being perpetrated by Wells Fargo employees. [More]
The Institute for Policy Studies has just released its 18th annual review of U.S. executive compensation and found that 25 out of the country’s 100 highest-paid chief executives actually earned more in 2010 than their companies paid out in corporate income taxes.
A new study in the American Journal of Public Health states that several of the biggest U.S. health insurers are heavily invested in fast food companies, to the tune of $2 billion. This news has caused some to ask whether or not the insurance companies’ vested interest in the growth of fast food stands in direct contrast to their interest in having healthy policy holders.