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Business & Economy
9:03 am
Thu September 19, 2013

Duke Energy To End Retiree Benefit Packages

Credit Duke Energy

Duke Energy is dropping its practice of paying for retirees' health benefits.  The country's largest utility joins companies like IBM, General Electric and Time Warner in the policy change.

 Instead of covering insurance for more than 14,000 retirees, Duke Energy will give them a yearly stipend.  Retirees can use that payment to buy their own coverage.  Dave Scanzoni is a company spokesman.

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Business & Economy
4:09 pm
Tue February 19, 2013

500 New Health Insurance Jobs Heading To Greensboro

From L to R: Congressman Howard Coble, United Healthcare CEO Garland Scott, U.S. Senator Richard Burr and Greensboro Mayor Robbie Perkins celebrated the announcement of 500 new jobs coming to the city.
Credit Jeff Tiberii

United Healthcare has steadily grown its Greensboro workforce during the past five years and on Wednesday announced plans for 500 new positions. The growth marks about the same number of additions United Healthcare made locally in 2012.

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