A trail of red ink continues to stain Oscar Health Insurance. The startup lost $127 million on $229 million of revenue in 2017, according to newly filed financial documents. That equates to a somewhat higher net loss margin compared with Oscar's $205 million loss on $426 million of revenue in 2016.
Why it matters: Oscar, co-founded by Jared Kushner's brother, Josh, has raised more than $725 million in venture funding. But the company is still a small fish in the health insurance ocean, has failed to price its premiums correctly, and has struggled with bloated costs year after year.