Financial Services

Business

GM is eliminating one of the major obstacles that customers have cited to so-called usage-based insurance: installing a dongle device and downloading an app.

Pro Bankruptcy Bankruptcy

Between Covid-19 pressures and more than 95,000 sexual-abuse claims, the survival of the Boy Scouts of America is on the line in bankruptcy court, lawyers for the national youth group said.

Heard on the Street

Life-insurance stocks have been the beneficiaries of a huge relief rally this month, thanks to positive vaccine news and a jump in U.S. Treasury yields. But it is too soon to declare them fully healed.

Deals

The consortium agreed to buy RSA Insurance Group for £7.2 billion, equivalent to $9.6 billion, in a deal that would rank it among the biggest acquisitions of a British company so far this year.

WSJ News Exclusive

Chinese companies with shares traded in America would be required to use auditors overseen by U.S. regulators or face being kicked off exchanges under a plan being drafted by regulators.

Personal Finance

How to shop for a Medicare plan for an older relative in time for the federal health-insurance program’s open enrollment period.

Health Policy

Several conservative Supreme Court justices join liberals voicing skepticism that the entire act must fall because of one provision, suggesting the law might survive its latest test in the high court.

WSJ News Exclusive

Joe Biden’s backers in the financial industry will likely seek influence in the administration but probably won’t have the close access of those who had the ear of President Trump.

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