Tag Archives: Insurance

Lemonade Inc.: Hype, Trust, Transparency, Mutuality

I’ve been excited by the advent of #Lemonade Inc. since I first heard about it early last year. If you’ve had any experience in the insurance biz over the past few years, when insurtech became a thing — or over … Continue reading

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Innovation, Good & Bad, in the Insurance Biz

One of the many things I was taught early on in Blogging School — BTW, where the hell is that degree from Nixon College?[1] — and then learned for myself from bitter blogging experience, is that — should you ever cherish hope … Continue reading

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Capitalism, Meet Cooperative Capitalism: And a New Imperative for Facebook?

First: Apologies for hijacking the title of this excellent article by Robin Chase and for hubristically hoping to improve it by adding an old, old but, for most people, a very new perspective. Ms. Chase, herself the founder of Zipcar … Continue reading

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“Corporations are not people”: Well, Yeah, But…

Just a quick thought in re: the quote above. I don’t want to get into the political dispute here that is the burden of Ms. Warren’s remarks, although I do happen to agree with them from that POV. But I think … Continue reading

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