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Hands Still Tied at Lemonade, CEO Says

When two InsurTech watchers tallied up underwriting results for Lemonade recently to conclude that the company's annual "Giveback" to policyholders' selected charities might shrink in coming years, ...

25 Tips for Leaders: Managing Yourself

Insurance executives are bombarded with self-improvement advice—articles pushed to their smartphones and emails flooding their inboxes hyping books and courses that promise to pave the way to ...

CNA Formally Launches Shiny New HQ

CNA moved into a new state-of-the-art global headquarters, marking its official opening on June 1. The Chicago-based insurer's new space at 151 North Franklin Street in Chicago's Loop business ...

J.D. Power: Why Lemonade’s Policy 2.0 Matters

Recently, well-known InsurTech startup Lemonade announced the launch of a new product initiative called Policy 2.0. According to Lemonade, the project is meant to simplify the language within a ...

Executives On The Move at PURE and CNA

The PURE Group of Insurance Companies promoted two executives to lead its claims and risk management divisions. CNA appointed a former AIG executive to the newly created position of senior vice ...

The Downside of Feeling Powerful

Most of us strive to climb the corporate ladder and gain power in the workplace, but there may be a downside, according to a new post on the LSE Business Review blog from The London School of ...

Make Meetings More Effective

Meetings are a necessary evil for any organization, but they sometimes seem to offer more hassle than value. In a new Harvard Business Review article, corporate trainer Paul Axtell offers advice on ...

I Kind of Like Policy 2.0

If you're like me, it's pretty easy to get into a groove with work. Once you get used to a job, you kind of feel out the schedule and the flow. You start to figure out what works for you and what ...

What Concerns Regulators About Data Analytics

In dystopian fantasies, artificial intelligence and robots take over the world, acting on their own and becoming completely uncontrollable for their human creators. We're not there yet, and may never ...

Reflections of a Middleman

Praise rarely rains down on the middleman. The role is frequently trivialized and unfairly characterized as adding an extra layer of cost without also adding value. Since the advent of sales inserts ...

Marine Insurance Blockchain Makes Its Debut

A blockchain that is said to be the first for $30 billion marine insurance is now in commercial use, according to a coalition of technology, insurance, marine and consulting businesses. EY, ...

Industry Shocker: Reserves Still Adequate

Although analysts at Conning didn't actually use the word "shocked" in their latest report on the property/casualty industry's loss reserve position, the title of the report—and the image on the ...

When to Stand Up

The sin of omission—saying or doing nothing when you see something you know is wrong—"is just as grave as the sin of committing an unethical act." Jack Salzwedel, the CEO of American Family ...