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Fireman’s Fund Brand Fades After Surviving 1906 Earthquake, AmEx

By Noah Buhayar

A timeline of an iconic insurance brand.

Coping With The Compliance Squeeze

By Lenny Liebmann

Easing the regulatory burden is the happy by-product of many core system upgrades.

The 10 Best Slideshows of 2014

Insurance Networking News presents a collection of the most-viewed slideshows from 2014.

Compliance’s Silver Lining

By Elliot Kass

Insurers are learning that compliance doesn’t always have to be about red tape and adding cumbersome new procedures.

Rudd and Wisdom Spin Off Division to Become QLAdmin Solutions

By Beth Bacheldor

The consulting actuary’s insurance software division will become a privately held and affiliated company providing life insurance policy administration software.

Consumers Are Giving Ground When It Comes to Data Sharing

By INN Staff

Celent finds that U.S. and UK consumers are willing to share data about themselves under the right circumstances.

The Mothers of Re-Invention

By Robert McIsaac

The rate of change is accelerating for demographics, technology and customer expectations.

P&C Analytics for the Past, Present and Future

By INN Staff

Big data and analytics are taking the P&C sector by storm. Strategy Meets Action’s report shows which tools and techniques are getting the most traction.

M&A: The Operations and Legal Perspective

By Bret Baccus and David Deal

To achieve meaningful benefits, first address the business priorities of the combined entity before merging technologies and systems.

User Experience Matters. Really.

By Robert McIsaac

For insurers, the lesson is clear: improve the user experience by streamlining processes, or consumers will simply walk away.

The Password Is: Simplicity

EMC Insurance’s Sara Richards explains the background and benefits of using the new SignOn Once push standard.

Aetna Expands Its Offerings to Government Workers

By Bob Violino

New health plans from Aetna aim to help improve quality and affordability for federal employees and retirees.

Cloudy With a Chance of Privacy

By Bob Violino

Insurers are coming to grips with security concerns about the cloud as they gain more familiarity with the technology and institute new best practices.

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.

Latest MarketScout Report Shows Commercial Rates Flat

By Chris McMahon

P&C rates increased 1 percent, while personal lines were up 3 percent in October.

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