People who don’t take their car out very often will save money, as MetroMile’s insurance prices on a per mile basis.
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The Y Combinator-backed company helps small businesses and their employees get instant, customized quotes, make comparisons, and complete the application process online.
The government may soon help your business get insurance against hackers.
The Affordable Care Act, aka health care reform, aka Obamacare, is spurring a massive creation of new business opportunities, according to the HHS chief technical officer, Bryan Sivak.
Guest Post Mobile billing and payments have seen extraordinary growth in almost every consumer industry except for healthcare. However, a number of factors are converging to make 2013 a year of rapid growth in mobile payment options for medical providers and patients.
StreetOwl is launching its smartphone app to help good drivers find the most affordable insurance.
Guest Post Cyber insurance. It’s a thing. And if your workplace uses services like Dropbox or allows working from home or using BYOD mobile devices, you probably need it.
Online insurance agency Consumer United forms consumer groups to access deals and discounts on insurance.
Insurance comparison engine CoverHound closes its first round of funding.
Linkwell’s platform connects insurance companies, brands, and consumers in a coupon distribution network.
Editor’s Pick A report from Rock Health reveals that investors are funneling more dollars into digital health companies as consumers, policy, and the health care industry evolve.
Attackers breached insurance provider Nationwide’s systems in October, stealing the mother lode of personally identifiable information. The company says law enforcement is currently searching for the hackers.
High-risk drivers cost insurance firms 250 percent more than low-risk drivers. Now, tracking technology is helping insurance firm Progressive identify degrees of driver riskiness that can help the company personalize fees … potentially reducing your costs by $150/year.
Insurance software company Guidewire will begin trading publicly on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) tomorrow. It has raised $115 million in the initial public offering by selling 8.85 million shares at $13 apiece. That’s well above the 7.5 million shares at $10 to $12 that the company had planned.
Insurance technology software company Guidewire Software filed an initial public offering that aims to raise about $100 million, the company announced Tuesday.
Clumsy iPhone users might want to check with AT&T on July 17, when the company will begin offering insurance plans to replace their devices in case of theft or an unfortunate accident like dropping the phone in a puddle.