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Chief information officerWestern DigitalFebruary 14
Digital transformationChief executive officer and founderSystem Soft TechnologiesFebruary 12
The company’s new telemedicine offerings put primary care and behavioral health services at members’ fingertips.February 13
Rising Star Alex Dampf left his job at a traditional benefits brokerage firm to start his own business and find new ways to manage benefits.February 13
OneDigital’s acquisition of Resources Investment Advisors shows a convergence between two major spaces within financial services.February 13
Taking advantage of catch-up contributions is one of several methods that can help them get back on track.February 12
“We believe every single employee of a company should have access to advice,” says Stephen Ulian, head of institutional distribution at Bank of America.February 12
- Denmark extends paid leave to 8 weeks for new fathers
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- Uber loses early challenge to California gig-worker law
- Tailored benefits, personalization seen as remedy to tech blind spots
- Patients caught in crossfire between giant hospital chain, large insurer