A video leaked to FOX Business mocks how health reform can make more money for doctors and hospitals by preventing patients from being readmitted to hospitals.
What do victims face on the road to compensation?
Public Citizen sent a letter to the drug promotion overseer at the Food and Drug Administration urging it to pull ads for five Type 2 diabetes drugs because it claims the ads promote benefits that have not been approved by the agency.
FOX Business has obtained a federal audit of Premera Blue Cross’s cybersecurity in which the federal government warned Premera that it was at risk of a cyber attack on April 17, 2014, weeks before the health insurer was hacked. Premera’s cyber attack occurred on May 5, 2014 but was discovered in late January of this year.
SeaWorld operates parks that are supposed to provide family fun, but the company has become embroiled in a high-stakes fight with the government.
Invest at your own peril in biotech stocks that could cash in on the Ebola outbreak.
Banks argue that while Libor may have indeed been manipulated, they didn’t collude in driving it down.
Under the new health care law, businesses and insurers must cover a range of women's health services, including birth control and abortifacients, without co-pays or deductibles. But that’s got religious objectors in an uproar, including the Roman Catholic church and owners of private businesses.
Executives at more than 800 companies and medical groups have sent a letter to the Senate asking for a repeal of a new 2.3% excise tax on sales set to kick in on January 1.
Did the banks alleged rate rigging help millions of homeowners avoid defaulting on their mortgages, and keep them in their homes?
It's a stock move seen around the world -- January is the first monthly close that saw 18 global markets finish above their 20-month moving average.
The fight to stop waste, fraud and abuse is gearing up across the government as new estimates from the Kaiser Family Foundation show nearly 17 million low- to middle- income Americans are eligible for federal tax credits to buy health insurance on the exchanges.
Part-time work accounted for a whopping 77% of the jobs the U.S. economy created from January through July, according to household survey data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Standard Chartered has agreed to pay a fine of $340 million to the New York Department of Financial Services after superintendent Benjamin M. Lawsky charged the bank with hiding more than 60,000 financial transactions amounting to more than $250 billion for Iranian state-owned banks.
Perhaps elected officials could turn to former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher for inspiration about leadership and deficit reform.
The price of gas in the U.S. has risen for 33 straight days, but don't look to speculators, the summer blend switch or refinery logjams. The big reason: taxes.
According to a new poll by Princeton Survey Research Associates, 38% of participants say they'd rather pay the mandate tax and forego buying health insurance.
Changes in how state and local governments account for retiree costs will show several California cities are much worse off than previously thought.
Google's Android mobile operating system is so besieged by cyber hackers’ malicious apps that the malware count is on track to hit the million mark by 2014, a new report from cyber analysts Trend Micro warns.
A Senate committee issued a report showing there are 83 overlapping federal welfare programs that together represent $1 trillion in annual spending.