INN presents the stories in 2013 that our audience found most interesting, based on number of views at insurancenetworking.com.
USAA, GEICO and RLI make the list for the 23rd consecutive year.
Among private auto insurers, GEICO and Liberty Mutual post double-digit increases; among homeowners insurers, direct incurred loss ratios shrink as premiums increase, according to SNL Financial report.
Personal and commercial P&C insurers say data capture and transformation into useful information has become a critical differentiator of performance within the marketplace, according to a new survey.
The National Association for Insurance Commissioners ranks the sector’s largest insurers and reveals their market shares by line of business.
P&C business in the United States ends 2012 with a 5-percent increase; commercial auto, commercial property and general liability see the highest increase in December.
In part II of a two-part series, four Farmers Insurance leaders discuss sponsorship and mentorship — how they differ and how each party can benefit.
Discounts drive promotions, even as costs remain a concern for both IT and business people.
General liability is most likely to be purchased online, workers’ comp is the least likely, according to a new study from Deloitte; majority of shoppers expect modest discounts.
This year, fewer insurers make the list, and all slip in rankings.
The VP of underwriting for the commercial insurers shares her thoughts on being a woman in insurance, challenges leaders face and how to encourage creative thinking.
Commissioned by The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., Ponemon Institute’s survey results show many small businesses have had a data breach, almost all involving electronic records.
Calls for improved information sharing and a set of standards should alleviate insurers' concerns with cybersecurity—but it also puts some pressure on insurers to update themselves along with the standards.
Mobile claims applications clearly have the potential to increase customer satisfaction by offering greater speed, accuracy and transparency into processes that were previously opaque. But without proper planning, they can prove to be a double-edged sword.
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