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New Trump administration rule directs insurers to reveal what they pay for prescriptions

November 19, 2020

Via: Fortune
Category: Federal, Policy

Health insurance companies will have to give their customers estimated out-of-pocket costs for prescription drugs and disclose to the public the negotiated prices they pay for drugs, under an unexpected new Trump administration rule. The administration said those requirements, part […]


The pandemic may be the greatest environment for business fraud in decades

November 12, 2020

Via: Fortune

Trying to defraud the president of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners was probably never going to work, and it didn’t. When Bruce Dorris got an email saying, “Your antivirus software is not up to date!” he knew it was […]


Global investors are relishing the prospect of a Biden White House and Republican Senate

November 5, 2020

Via: Fortune
Category: Federal, Policy

U.S. futures and world shares surged on Thursday as investors awaited the outcome of the U.S. presidential election and embraced the upside of more gridlock in Washington. European markets opened higher after a day of gains in Asia, while the […]


Infrastructure, Unified Communications

Facebook and Twitter could face Russian ban again—this time for calling out Russia’s state-affiliated media

November 19, 2020

Via: Fortune

Russian lawmakers are fed up with American social-media platforms labelling Russian state-affiliated outlets as Russian state-affiliated outlets. In recent years, Facebook and Twitter enraged outlets such as Sputnik and RT by removing some of their pages for “inauthentic behavior,” and […]


Attacks & Breaches, Security

Massive, China-state-funded hack hits companies around the world, report says

November 19, 2020

Via: ArsTechnica

Researchers have uncovered a massive hacking campaign that’s using sophisticated tools and techniques to compromise the networks of companies around the world The hackers, most likely from a well-known group that’s funded by the Chinese government, are outfitted with both […]


Mobility, Tech

Apple settles multi-state iPhone-throttling investigation for $113 million

November 19, 2020

Via: TechSpot

The Washington Post reports that Apple has agreed to settle a probe initiated by 34 state attorneys general and Washington DC for $113 million. Additionally, Apple must be more transparent about battery health both on the device and with information […]