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Heat vs. Spurs tonight in game 6. With their backs against the wall, the Heat are a 6 point favorite tonight but the big winner still appears to be Chubb and the underwriters at their Federal Insurance Company subsidiary. We’ll … Continue reading
Seeing that we’re all big Miami Heat fans here at the Risk Metrics office and in the spirit of tonight’s NBA Eastern Conference game 7 in Miami, I thought we would take a look at the lineup. Now, ESPN and … Continue reading
So lately at Risk Metrics we have be developing for our cloud based offerings and API’s. Having read pretty much everywhere about Amazon’s amazing AWS we thought we would spin it up and give it a go. Off we went, … Continue reading
Listening to the Data 2.0 conference while pondering what percent of companies today can actually capitalize on all that is big data. My feeling is that everyone wants big data but not many can handle it.
Highlights from the Insurance P&C report out today by ex colleague and commercial lines analyst at UBS, Brian Meredith. Commercial Lines Improvement Continues Small/middle market commercial-lines pricing continues to firm Agents’ expectation of commercial lines insurance pricing has improved to … Continue reading
Recently, Insurance Journal covered the news that State Farm would stop insuring Churches in the state of Florida. Michael Adams at IJ commented that “the churches being non-renewed by State Farm Florida should be able to secure private coverage. There … Continue reading
Rolled out our new Insurance360 API last week in Dallas. Some shots of the event and slides are below.
The unemployment rate in the U.S. continues to be abysmal (9.1% in July), but the tech world has spawned a new kind of highly skilled, nerdy-cool job that companies are scrambling to fill: data scientist. A data scientist helps companies make … Continue reading
Just last month, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn singed into law sweeping changes to the Illinois workers compensation system. The modified bill, totaling 179 pages is a bit much to wade through on a Thursday night so we decided to give … Continue reading