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Ever seen an Eiffel Tower floating upright in the ocean?

Imagine a wind turbine the height of the Eiffel tower, floating in the sea, connected to the shore via a ...

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MINING KNOWLEDGE FROM WIKIPEDIA

Have you ever wondered if an encyclopedia could also be used in shaping-up re/insurance products? Or, did you ever ...

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Driving Commitment


 

Perhaps it is not the most obvious and glamorous aspect of aviation but ground handling and the servicing of commercial ...

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Is gene therapy the key to curing Alzheimer's?

Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher and detective Columbo … even the rich and famous are not immune from the curse of Alzheimer ...

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2017 Nat Cats: Parallels for Australia & New Zealand

Swiss Re's 50th anniversary sigma report "Natural catastrophes and man-made disasters" highlights just how damaging 2017 was. Total global ...

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It's time the insurance industry talked about sex

I was raised in a house with five sisters, but later, the gender balance in my world went from one ...

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Insurance can't heal cancer but it may help you live longer!

4th of February is World Cancer Day!
Each year, millions of lives are turned upside down by a cancer diagnosis ...

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Life after cancer: New ways insurance can help

As we approach World Cancer Day, the natural focus is the fight against cancer, but what about after someone wins ...

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Insurers' contribution to fight rising cancer burden in Asia

Cancer has a major impact on societies across the world. Half of us will hear the words “you have cancer ...

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Insurance? It’s never too early

Many companies have mentor programs for young employees, but I like to think the best companies plant the seeds earlier ...

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Gain peace of mind for the price of a coffee

Now that we are all back in the office, conversation often centers on what our new year's resolutions are ...

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ReImagine Insurance — Embrace the Future Now

As new technologies and data continue to change how we engage with customers and conduct business, it's more important ...

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The Great Ice Storm of 1998 - 20 Years Later

Do you remember what you were doing the week of January 5,1998? For millions of Quebecois that week will ...

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Want to win customers? Consider a change in culture

The rise of InsTech and the major changes to distribution that have come along with it are making insurers redefine ...

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Building the future with Engineering innovations

Why do we still build houses in more or less the same way as we did many years ago? Is ...

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