November 20, 2014
December 3, 2014
November 20, 2014 - November 6, 2014
This years Women in Insurance Leadership award winners are world-class innovators par excellence.
By Eliot Kass
Congratulations to this years Women in Insurance Leadership award winners a remarkable group of executives who excel at consensus-building as well as tech innovation.
By Howard Mills
Today's technology leaders are expanding well beyond their traditional role.
By David Zdechlik
Once a given, the adoption of a single set of accounting standards for the insurance industry is on hold.
By Lenny Liebmann
Auto insurers have managed to eke out modest gains in customer satisfaction, but are still failing to leverage technology in ways that meet the high expectations of Millennial drivers.
By John McCormick
Three Women in Insurance Leadership award winners cite personal experiences and lessons learned.
By Beth Bacheldor
Overall, insurance agencies are optimistic about their future, except for the smallest agencies, which are at greater risk.
By Chris McMahon
More the 300 industry professionals attend the 9th annual meeting of the Women in Insurance Leadership Forum to honor 10 outstanding executives.
By Peter Krass
Over 40 percent of otherwise satisfied auto and home policyholders likely to switch insurers soon, Accenture finds.
By Bob Violino
Insurers, healthcare providers and consumers stand to benefit from widespread adoption of wearable devices.
By Elliot Kass
2014 Vanguards in Insurance Practices Awards winners determined by surveying insurance company executives.
By Bruce Shutan
Health care premiums expected to rise an average 4.2% next year on the nations largest state-run public exchange.
By Brian M. Kalish
More exchange offerings means more competition and is likely to put downward pressure on prices.
By Jennifer Morrell
P&C insurer Zurich North America is recognized for leadership in work-life integration policies.
By Brian M. Kalish
Aon Exchange Users See Cost Savings for 2014 Plan Year