New York Life Announces Two Tech Appointments
Cara-Anne Gagliano is appointed a VP in charge of application development, and former Novarica analyst Don Desiderato is officially announced as leader of the company's investment division's tech operations.
How is Insurance Technology Like Downton Abbey?
The great English house is a legacy system embedded in an institution with a history of hostile takeover. Its survival depends on accessing new talent and reorienting itself to understand its mission from an outside-in perspective.
IBM Kicks Off Expanded Mobile Strategy
International Business Machines
unveiled its expanded mobile strategy on Thursday in an effort
to gain an advantage over rivals amid a proliferation of devices
such as smartphones and tablets.
Mobile: The Road Ahead for Insurers
The insurance industry has begun to provide relevant mobile capabilities to customers and distributors, but carriers must develop strategies of engagement beyond mobile that embrace the data processing implications of 'the Internet of things.'
Travelers' Asbestos-Reinsurance Case Will Go to Trial
New York state's highest court
on Thursday said a trial must determine whether Travelers Cos
deliberately structured a nearly $1 billion asbestos
settlement to force its reinsurers to pay more than their fair
Dell to Go Private in $24.4 Billion Deal
Computer maker Dell Inc will go
private in a $24.4 billion deal that also involves Microsoft
Corp and private equity firm Silver Lake, the parties
said on Tuesday.