The Jack Ma-controlled mobile-payments company will hold a 50% stake in the new entity, with the rest held by six other shareholders.
Katherine Brennan, Marsh McLennan’s chief compliance officer, discussed changes in the compliance profession before starting her new role as general counsel at the Marsh insurance brokerage arm.
The 1921 massacre in Tulsa, Okla., took the lives of dozens of Black residents. It also left behind a devastated neighborhood and many property owners struggling to cover their losses.
After college, life is full of decisions about 401(k)s, health insurance and budgeting. Apps like Realworld, Credit Karma and Mint help navigate the confusing world of grown-ups.
Democrats are looking to Medicaid expansion fights to juice 2022 races in battleground states like Wisconsin and Florida, and even red ones like Missouri.
Tech, banking and retail giants face numerous obstacles in their efforts to fix—and profit from—an industry that attracts $4 trillion annually.
The activist investor is backing the insurer’s moves to cut costs and sell more products directly to consumers.
While the number of policies posted their biggest quarterly gain in almost 40 years, the average size shrank, reflecting sales to households with smaller incomes.
The insurer is using new technology so body shops can begin work earlier and customers can get back on the road faster.
Investors hunting for signs of inflation pressure should keep an eye on something they might not usually think about: the cost of insuring a car or home.
Progressive hopes for Medicare for All and a public option face steep odds.
The pizza chain said Chief Financial Officer Stuart Levy is leaving to pursue opportunities outside the company.
At least 10 managing directors in the Swiss firm’s U.S. investment-banking division have internally disclosed plans to leave, most for rival firms.
Peeyush Nahar succeeds Omer Ismail, who left Goldman to run Walmart’s new fintech startup.
Behind decorator Beth Diana Smith’s colorful signature style is a career path in accounting and corporate finance that’s all business.
The president’s proclamations rescind orders concerning a healthcare requirement for green-card applicants, the protection of U.S. monuments and legal protections for online platforms.
The U.S. audit watchdog has proposed a new framework that would help it implement a new law that bans foreign companies from the country’s exchanges if their audits haven’t been inspected by American regulators.
The hearing-care services provider and the communication-technology company each delayed their offerings over market volatility concerns, the latest signs of cooling for the U.S. IPO market.
Germany’s financial regulator told N26 Bank, a hot digital startup with operations in Europe and the U.S., to implement proper controls to prevent money laundering, taking the unusual step of appointing a special monitor.
Aon and Willis Towers Watson agreed to sell a package of assets to a smaller rival in an effort to win antitrust approval for their tie-up to create the world’s largest insurance broker.