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Chris McMahon is senior editor for Insurance Networking News, where he is responsible for ‘deep dive’ features in addition to his daily news and editing responsibilities. As a business journalist, he has concentrated on technology, markets, macroeconomics and now insurance.
Recent Stories From this Author
CIOs as Chief Innovation Officers
September 19, 2013 ITs monsters can be slain, says former CIO with Aflac and Allstate, and current Perseus CEO Michael Boyle, but its...
Steps Toward a Hybrid Development Philosophy
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Buying vs. Selling
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Welcome and Introduction
June 10, 2013
Getting it Right: Underwriting Automation of the Future
May 28, 2013 While automated underwriting and insurance bundling is a likely future for the industry, AIG Casualty SVP Salvator Branca says...
Not So Different After All
May 21, 2013 A relative newcomer to the insurance industry, RGA Reinsurance CIO Mark Showers shares his perspective on how the insurers'...
Claims Perspective: Texas and Boston Explosions
April 19, 2013 In terms of insured claims payouts, the fertilizer factory explosion likely will generate even larger dollar claims than the...
The Mainstreaming of Usage-based Insurance
December 6, 2012 UBI and insurance telematics are touted for their ability to save premium dollars, but wider adoption could also save lives...
Telematics: Growing Up In Public
September 7, 2012 As the technology has matured, so have the marketing messages supporting it.
Hit People Where They Want It: The Customer Experience
May 17, 2012 Americas first CIO Vivek Kundra offers lessons learned while working with enflamed costs and an IT budget of $80 billion.