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Why The Biggest Insurers Are Going Back To School

By Nathan Golia

Nationwide, MassMutual, and State Farm are among the growing number of large insurance companies working closely with universities to build a pipeline of technology talent.

Breaking New Ground

This year’s Women in Insurance Leadership award winners are world-class innovators par excellence.

Winning Women

By Eliot Kass

Congratulations to this year’s Women in Insurance Leadership award winners — a remarkable group of executives who excel at consensus-building as well as tech innovation.

The Transformative CIO

By Howard Mills

Today's technology leaders are expanding well beyond their traditional role.

Is the Long March to IFRS Convergence Over?

By David Zdechlik

Once a given, the adoption of a single set of accounting standards for the insurance industry is on hold.

Inadequate Digital Engagement Continues to Disappoint Millennials

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.

WIL Award Winners Offer Tips On Career Development, Mentoring and Work-Life Balance

By John McCormick

Three Women in Insurance Leadership award winners cite personal experiences and lessons learned.

Most Independent Agencies Expecting Continued Growth

By Beth Bacheldor

Overall, insurance agencies are optimistic about their future, except for the smallest agencies, which are at greater risk.

Women in Insurance Leadership Forum Honors 10 Outstanding Executives

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.

For P&C Insurers, Customer Satisfaction Does Not Equate to Customer Loyalty

By Peter Krass

Over 40 percent of otherwise satisfied auto and home policyholders likely to switch insurers soon, Accenture finds.

Use of Wearable Devices in Healthcare Seen Rising Rapidly

By Bob Violino

Insurers, healthcare providers and consumers stand to benefit from widespread adoption of wearable devices.

Insurance Networking News, Celent, to Recognize Top Insurance Solutions Providers

By Elliot Kass

2014 Vanguards in Insurance Practices Awards winners determined by surveying insurance company executives.

California’s Exchange Expects Modest 2015 Rate Hikes

By Bruce Shutan

Health care premiums expected to rise an average 4.2% next year on the nation’s largest state-run public exchange.

Number of Health Carriers Expected to Offer Obamacare Plans Next Year Expected to Jump 25%

By Brian M. Kalish

More exchange offerings means more competition and is likely to put downward pressure on prices.

Zurich North America Named to Working Mother’s 100 Best Companies

By Jennifer Morrell

P&C insurer Zurich North America is recognized for leadership in work-life integration policies.

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