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Study: More Texans lacking health insurance (Houston Chronicle)
Texas'' distinction as the most extreme example of the nation''s health insurance crisis was reinforced Wednesday in a new report suggesting the number of uninsured Texans is even greater than previously thought.
R.I Hispanics build business clout (Providence Business News)
They started small, with ethnic eateries, bodegas, beauty parlors and shipping businesses. But as their numbers have grown, they ve expanded into bigger storefronts, gone into insurance, finance and real estate, built up a clientele outside their community.
Working without health insurance (Kansas City Star)
Randy Musser of Kansas City, Kan., one of more than 20 million U.S. workers without health insurance, hopes to regain coverage this year by being hired for more construction jobs. "Hopefully, this year will provide more work than last year did," he said.
President Discusses Energy At National Small Business Conference (TurkishPress.com)
THE PRESIDENT: Thanks for the warm welcome. I appreciate such a generous welcome. Marianne, thank you for your introduction, and congratulations on being the Small Business Person of the Year. You had some pretty stiff competition. (Laughter.)
Remarks by President Bush at the Small Business Administration''s National Small Business Week Conference (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
The following is a transcript of remarks by President Bush at the Small Business Administration''s National Small Business Week Conference:
Honored firm sets big goals (In Business Las Vegas)
Having all of the pie instead of a piece is what small-business owner Herman Ross said is his recipe for success. His company, National Insurance Consultants Inc., is the recipient of the Nevada Minority Business Council''s Minority Business Enterprise Hall of Fame Award.
Remarks By the President at the Small Business Administration''s National Small Business Week Conference (U.S. Newswire via Yahoo! News)
A transcript of remarks by the President at the Small Business Administration''s National Small Business Week conference
Employers, beware of health insurance scams (Westchester County Business Journal)
According to a 2004 U.S. Govern-ment Accountability Office (GAO) study, some 15,000 employers fell victim to health insurance scams between 2000 and 2002. The scam artists, who target mostly small and medium-sized companies, collect premiums and may even pay some claims before simply disappearing, leaving employees with uncovered medical bills and employers to deal with the wreckage in their
UICI Announces First Quarter 2005 Results of Operations (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
UICI , a leader in the health insurance market for self- employed individuals, today reported first quarter 2005 results of operations.
Business briefs, April 29 (Rocky Mountain News)
U.S. online advertising revenue rose by 33 percent to a record $9.63 billion last year as retailers, banks and phone companies shifted spending to the Web, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and the Interactive Advertising Bureau said in a study.