Blue Cross of Massachusetts paring costs in bid to save up to $25 million
Boston Globe, February 11, 2009
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts said it will eliminate executive bonuses, cut bonuses for other employees, and freeze pay and hiring this year in an effort to save between $10 million and $25 million. The moves come in anticipation of a difficult year because of the economic recession.
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