A New Twist in Labor's ULLICO Scandal

Some officials at the union-run life insurer seem reluctant to take the wraps off an internal report on directors' ULLICO stock trades

Top execs are reluctant to allow what's likely to be a damning internal report on stock trading to be presented to the board of directors at union-owned insurer ULLICO, BusinessWeek Online has learned. ULLICO's two dozen directors reaped hundreds of thousands of dollars for themselves by buying and selling the privately traded company's stock.

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