Tesla plans to roll out its own insurance product. The insurance industry has known for years that the self-insurance wave was coming. "I am the eye in the sky... I can read your mind... I am the maker of rules.." So the song goes and so goes Tesla. Those of us who have spent time … Continue reading Tesla, Eye in the Sky & InsurTech
Some have asked the question regarding our most recent article: Personality Analytics: Technology CEOs Analyzed - "what does it mean?" Let's contemplate one example as depicted in the enclosed picture which plots the 56 Mid-Cap Software CEOs we reviewed against the personality trait "Openness". The output is that the two CEOs who scored in the … Continue reading Personality Analytics: Technology CEOs Analyzed: Part Deux
Alphabet's Waymo unit is working with insurance startup Trov to insure Waymo's autonomous vehicles. Read the Wall Street Journal article.
As the automobile sector transitions to autonomous vehicles we decided to publish our thoughts on prospective segment winners and losers across the automotive ecosystem. Our analysis assumes that the Automotive OEMs have achieved a baseline level of autonomous capability. We expect for the OEMs to develop autonomous capability via a three-pronged approach: 1.) internal R&D, 2.) … Continue reading Autonomous Vehicle Ecosystem: Winners and LosersPremium
Meet new Anthem CEO Gail K. Boudreaux
Recently we posited that IBM could easily fix its habitually declining revenue woes with a systematic acquisition strategy focused on Information Services companies. The benefit to IBM in targeting the Information Services sector goes beyond the obvious immediate-term revenue relief and operating margin accretion. The key strategic benefit is that the Info Services companies are … Continue reading How to Fix IBM: M&A and More M&A