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The captive owned by the Times is domiciled in New York, which unlike Vermont, does not publicize information about parent companies of captives.

NU Online News Service, May 11, 12:10 p.m. EDT

A page-one New York Times article this week slammed state captive insurance laws, stating that they allow companies to “conduct Bermuda-style financial wizardry” in the U.S., but the Times company, it turns out, has its own captive domiciled in New York.

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