CNA Financial Corp. has decided to hang on to its life insurance operations, after shopping them around for several months but finding the offers wanting.

"We decided that it was not in the interest of our shareholders to sell these businesses for less than they were worth," said Donald P. Lofe Jr., group vice president of corporate finance for the Chicago company. The operations sell through agents, brokers, financial planners, and banks.

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