Accusations of Fraud at Wells Fargo Spread to Sham Insurance Policies

Accusations of Fraud at Wells Fargo Spread to Sham Insurance Policies

When Wells Fargo admitted a few months ago that thousands of its employees had created as many as two million unauthorized accounts for its customers, alarm bells went off at Prudential, one of the nation’s biggest insurance firms.

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35 Deaths Linked to Scope Infections After Olympus Told Execs Not to Warn Hospitals

35 Deaths Linked to Scope Infections After Olympus Told Execs Not to Warn Hospitals

Thirty-five people died in the United States after contracting infections from contaminated medical scopes made by Olympus Corp. in the years after a company official told American executives not to issue widespread warnings to U.S. hospitals "about potentially deadly infections from tainted medical scopes," a new report says.

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New Jersey Representative, Citing Fraud, Calls on Congress to Investigate FEMA

New Jersey Representative, Citing Fraud, Calls on Congress to Investigate FEMA

A representative from New Jersey called on Thursday for a congressional investigation into the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s flood insurance program, alleging that wrongdoing by the agency had prevented thousands of victims of Hurricane Sandy from receiving the payouts they were entitled to in order to rebuild.

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