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|1998_Corporate_Salaries.txt||A list of 1998 Corporate Salaries and their increase from 1997.|
|1998_Oregon_Hospital_Profits.txt||OHF determines that the average three-year profits were $9.5 million for Oregon hospitals. Average profits grew 72% from 1994 to 1997.|
|Big_Bonuses_for_Execs.txt||Standard Life Insurance pays retention bonuses to its top corporate executives. Seven senior executives, including its CEO and president, could share between $1.5 to $2 million.|
|Insurers_Seek.htm||Insurers seek to make agreements valid that allowed them to avoid as much as $3 billion in penalties. California Department of Insurance Quackenbush was forced to resign after donations of $12.8 million were made by insurers to educational foundations set up by Quackenbush in lieu of the penalties. [Quackenbush Pages]|
|Liberty_NW_Rose_Garden_Suite.txt||Oregon insurers lease expensive suites in Portland's Rose Garden. ODS Health Plans, Standard Insurance Co. and Liberty Northwest have sky boxes.|
|Passing_the_Trash.htm||Insurance reinsurance schemes and insurer mismanagement hurts earnings and may result in bankruptcies. A PaineWebber analyst calls it one of the worst scandals in the history of the insurance industry.|
|Premium_on_Patriotism||Many of those killed or injured at the World Trade Center and Pentagon were covered by workers comp, but not in Florida. Insurers seek a rate increase there saying they could have been.|
|SAIF_Sting.htm||The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled that an Oregon chiropractor could sue the State Accident Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Executive Director, Stan Long, for the wrongful interference with the physician/patient relationship. (1992)|
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