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Liazon teams with Cigna, Assurant Employee Benefits

By Bruce Shutan

Liazon, Cigna collaboration offers a national solution for companies with 250 or more employees via Bright Choices and other Liazon-powered exchanges

Healthcare.gov CEO lays out 2015 enrollment goals

By Brian M. Kalish

Federal health insurance exchange's performance should reflect major improvements over last year

Let’s Make a (Software) Deal

By INN Staff

Celent research indicates that deal volume between insurers and software vendors is up 47 percent in 2014 compared to last year.

NICB Explores Auto Theft via Financial Fraud

By Jennifer Morrell

An increasing number of thieves now are using stolen identification to steal cars; NICB hopes to increase public awareness and thwart these crimes.

Reconstructing Policy Admin

By Chris McMahon

When it comes to business transformation, once is not enough.

Fed Lawyer Says AIG Got Billions Without 2008 Bailout Paperwork

By Andrew Zajac

The Fed wanted to get control of AIG quickly due to concerns an attorney for the insurer might try to re-negotiate the rescue terms.

California Auto Insurer Posts Market's Highest Annual Premium Gain Since 2002

By Lenny Liebmann

Kemper's revenue slide continues amid changing fortunes of top 30 companies.

AIG's New Leadership Lineup

By Chris McMahon

Insurer announces new operating team and the departures of Jay Wintrob, president and CEO of AIG Life & Retirement, and Michael R. Cowan, EVP and chief administrative officer.

Aon Benfield Reports Record Reinsurance Capacity

By Jennifer Morrell

Record reinsurance capacity is driving growth capital for insurers.

MetLife ‘Strongly Disagrees’ With FSOC Systemic Risk Ruling

By Zachary Tracer

The decision is a potential defeat for CEO Kandarian, who worked to avoid the systemically important designation.

USAA Names Parker CEO of $26 Billion Company, Liebert Promoted

By Dan Kraut

Parker been chief operating officer since May and previously was chief financial officer.

Oracle Sued by Oregon Over Botched Health-Care Exchange Portal

By Karen Gullo

The state lobbed the case against Oracle and five executives including President and Chief Financial Officer Safra Catz two weeks after the company sued Oregon over $23 million in unpaid bills

Predicting Integration Issues

By Carrie Burns

As insurers take on more core system transformation, integration becomes a bigger area of concern.

Consumerization and the Transformation of Distribution

By Chris McMahon

To increase market share and relevancy, insurers need to do more than graft digital strategies onto legacy systems.

Drivers of Change

By Bob Violino

Online transactions and major new players in the market are bringing big shifts to the auto insurance business.

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