Editors' picks for the week include a report on Greenhill as it eliminates its full-time director of investor relations position and a report discussing the future of driverless cars in the U.S.
Greenhill needs to keep lines of communication open
Greenhill & Co. Inc. is getting rid of its full-time director of investor relations position as David Trone, a former sell-side analyst who covered investment banks, departs the company.
Federal flood carriers to face 800-plus Baton Rouge breach of contracts suits
A federal court in Louisiana has been deluged in recent days by lawsuits alleging that National Flood Insurance Program carriers engaged in "substantial underpayment" of claims stemming from August 2016 floods in and around Baton Rouge, La.
Driverless future a matter of when, not if
Driverless cars zipped through an intersection without stop signs or traffic lights in an animation played at a recent symposium held to discuss the future of autonomous vehicles in the U.S.
Navient poised for growth with Earnest as noncompete with Sallie Mae nears end
Navient Corp. is looking to tap into the student loan refinancing space as it nears the final year of a noncompete agreement with its former parent company.
In commercial lines insurtech, some are starting small
While selling small-business insurance is still predominantly done through the traditional agent-based model, some insurance technology companies have sought to change that.