The Minnetonka-based insurer is making moves to beef up its international presence. The potential market with the deal with Australian firm, Nib, includes Americans working in the country and Australians working for American companies.
After 19 years, Jason DeRusha signs off at WCCO-TV
"In some ways this is not good-bye," he said.
Severe storms possible next two nights in Minnesota
The better chance for severe weather is Friday night.
Standoff in St. Michael ends with suspect shot, airlifted
The two-day standoff ended at some point Wednesday evening.
Standoff in St. Michael continues late Wednesday afternoon
Communication with the suspect is "sporadic at best," according to Wright County Sheriff Sean Deringer.
Charges: Man baited trophy-sized bear with donuts, killed it
The man told authorities be bought a hunting license weeks later to cover the out-of-season killing.
Locally-crafted flowers to be sold at Spyhouse Coffee
The floral pop-up shop will benefit local charities.
Sun Country sorry for Vancouver to MSP flight debacle
The new route to the Canadian city was announced late last year.
Brooklyn Center to pay Daunte Wright's family $3.25 million
The settlement is the largest for a city outside of Minneapolis in Minnesota's history.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, June 22
The latest from the state health department.
UnitedHealth awarded $20 billion U.S. Department of Defense contract
The Minnetonka-based health insurer will provide military health insurance coverage for 21 western states. UnitedHealth lost a separate contract for the southern region in June.
UnitedHealth to buy 90% of Brazilian insurer for $4.9B
Minnetonka-based UnitedHealth Group Inc. is acquiring a 90 percent stake in Amil Participacoes SA, based in Rio de Janeiro, the Associated Press reports. The largest U.S. health insurer has agreed to pay about $4.9 billion in cash to complete the deal.
UnitedHealth pledges to keep health care overhaul provisions
Minnetonka-based UnitedHealth, the nation's largest health insurer, told the Associated Press it plans to keep and extend some provisions of the federal health-reform legislation regardless of whether the law is overturned. The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling later this month on the law's constitutionality.
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