Aflac Inc., the largest seller of supplemental health insurance, says President Paul Amos II will have expanded duties for Japan operations and investments as the company prepares for the eventual departure of his father, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Dan Amos, 61.
Because Sara Tenenbein's mother had an aggressive breast cancer at the young age of 37, the wellness advocate began thinking about her own options at age 28. Hear why she's applauding Angelina Jolie, her own decision to have a preventative mastectomy and why this "trend" may not impact insurance all that much. Tenenbein's blog, www.meredone.com, explores health and wellness issues.
Robert Benmosche, the chief executive officer of insurer American International Group Inc., has some tough love for college students graduating in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
Three of WellPoint Inc.s 11 board members have stepped down, citing personal reasons for their decision to depart about six weeks after a new chief executive officer took over at the second-largest U.S. health insurer.
Employers Council on Flexible Compensation, Mercer, Transamerica and more announce personnel moves. Check to see if a colleague is mentioned today.
Social media is taking off as a way for brokers and advisers to sell and market in their agencies. Ryan Hanley RyanHanley.com is a broker turned marketer who faced resistance but now has increased sales.
David Goldhill, CEO of the game show network takes on U.S. health care system spurred by death of his father.
Mercer, The Hartford, Delta Dental and more announce personnel moves. Check to see if a colleague is mentioned today.
In Thursdays U.S. Senate HELP Committee hearing, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) and Chairman Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) found something to agree upon during a normally polarizing debate surrounding the ACA: their insurance careers.
Towers Watson, ASPPA, Aon Hewitt and more announce personnel moves. Check to see if a colleague is mentioned today.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners turns to Grammy-winning musician Amy Grant to highlight products that can guard consumers against unexpected events.
A $1,500 incentive bonus? EBA caught up with Cyndy Nayer, value-based wellness consultant and expert, at this week's World Health Care Congress and talked about the latest in incentives and disincentives, including the rise in some employer's incentives. She asks the question, "where does it stop?" and more.
EBAs 10 Rising Stars in Advising are in their 30s or younger and have already set themselves apart from the older generation of benefit brokers.
EBA Financial Fitness Challenge helps remake retirement benefits for six Indiana school districts
Covered California, Digital Insurance, Alegeus Technologies and more announce personnel moves. Check to see if a colleague is mentioned today.