By Hal Tepfer
Growing up in Boston, I have long been a fan of the Boston marathon, having watched it year after year.
By Hal Tepfer
By Allen Elstein
Index funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) over the past decade have grown to be a large portion of what we can loosely label the mutual fund world.
By Chris Logan and Srivathsan Karanai Margan
The modern insurance industry has evolved over the past four centuries, shaped by geopolitical, economic, regulatory, and technological events to become what it is today.
By Debbie Hoffer and Mark Troutman
Today’s managed care reinsurance market is characterized by both consolidation and expansion.
By James Palmier and Brian Lanzrath
The data presented in this article were collected by ExamOne, a provider of paramedical and laboratory testing for life insurance companies.
By Jeff Reeves
It’s hard to imagine life before our nation’s love affair with the automobile.
By Mike Hughes, Ian Sterling, and Raju Saxena
Insurers are embracing innovation and advanced technology like never before as they seek to drive growth, preserve profitability, and manage risk.
By Michael G. Malloy
The boom in both commercial and recreational drone use in recent years has raised questions regarding how insurers treat the rapidly growing technology.
By Jason Sears
I am fully aware of the irony of writing an article about work-life balance when I have three children under the age of 4.