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Health Insurance Mergers Falling Into Place

Over the long weekend, the first move toward an acquisition was made in the health insurance industry. This has been long awaited since the Affordable Care Act came into play. 445 more words

Healthcare Business

The 4 Stocks That Sank the Dow on Thursday

July 2, 2015: Markets opened higher on Thursday but equities slowly and steadily slipped lower and lower as the trading session went on. The non-farm payroll report for June was weaker than expected and the news from Greece offers little hope for a settlement. 269 more words

Investing

Much Madness is Divinest Sense

Through the Past Darkly

Part III

Much Madness is Divinest Sense

In which we join Aaron Sommers one last time in some reflection on his borrowed time as a wayward graduate student in the M.A.L.S. 980 more words

Aaron Sommers

The 4 Stocks That Lifted the Dow on Tuesday

June 30, 2015: Markets opened higher on Tuesday even though the Greek government said it would not be making its €1.6 billion loan repayment to the IMF. 287 more words

Investing

Making Moves

I moved into my new apartment just a month ago and I already feel as if Portsmouth is my home. The overwhelming feeling that I have when I come to my apartment that is lined with brick walls and high ceilings is reassurance that I am in the right place. 13 more words

Alumni

The University of New Hampshire Open Educational Resources Ambassador Pilot

I am happy to be serving as a consultant for the University of New Hampshire on their exciting Open Educational Resources pilot.  I will use this space to curate blog posts and other materials that I create for the pilot.  88 more words

OER

Do Health Insurance Mergers Really Need to Sweat DOJ Reviews?

The world of health insurance has been marked by consolidation for years now. It is generally true that antitrust issues arise when there become only two or three choices. 591 more words

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