15 hrs ago
ObamaCare Week 24: Who's Buying Coverage
Oct. 2, 2013: A man looks over the Affordable Care Act signup page on the HealthCare.gov website in New York.
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19 hrs ago
The Indianapolis Star
Men should lean out so women can move up at work
Earlier this year, McKinsey & Co. published a survey of 1,400 managers revealing that female executives are just as ambitious as men.
Media Matters for America
Fox Hides Positive Trends In Health Care Enrollment Numbers To Continue Anti-Obamacare War Cry
Fox reported that a new survey found that a small number of previously uninsured people have enrolled for health coverage on the new Affordable Care Act online exchanges, but failed to report the cause: that many people who have avoided enrolling because of cost concerns were misinformed about the costs.
Devastating: 90 Percent of Uninsured Haven't Signed Up For Obamacare, Most Cite High Costs
Thursday was a very bad day -- perhaps even the worst possible day, in fact -- for President Obama to say the following about his signature healthcare overhaul: "At this point I think, actually, it is working the way it should."
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Study: ObamaCare not reaching the previously uninsured
ObamaCare isn't achieving its primary goal of extending coverage to those who previously did not have health insurance, a new study found.
McKinsey Study claims Previously Uninsured up to 27% from 11%...and tells us nothing.
Back in January, the McKinsey Center for U.S. Health Care Reform gave a lot of anti-ACA forces ammunition when they released a study which claimed that only 11% of the total exchange-based enrollees through the end of December had been previously uninsured.
The Washington Post
Health insurance marketplaces signing up few uninsured Americans, surveys say
Open enrollment ends March 31st. One survey suggests that just one in 10 uninsured people have signed up for a private health plan.
Broader Japan-Asean ties urged
Japan and Asean should "leapfrog" their collaborations beyond manufacturing and service industries to other areas such as Internet-based economy, agriculture and education, a senior partner of McKinsey & Co said yesterday.
Eight IT Infrastructure Success Drivers for 2014
A new report from McKinsey & Company provides a glimpse as to what's ahead in 2014 - and beyond - for IT infrastructure management.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Why the F&I office still matters
A recent McKinsey & Co. study says one of the main reasons consumers still come to a brick-and-mortar dealership instead of buying cars online is to get questions answered about finance and insurance that can't be addressed, or can't be answered "conclusively," online.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Democrats question Cotton on consultant background
Arkansas Democratic Party Chair Vince Insalaco wants U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton to answer some questions about work he did as a private consultant for McKinsey and Co.
Why banks must become more digitally focused
McKinsey & Co. partner David Edelman recently outlined the opportunities for financial institutions to truly become digital in nature -- not only to remove costs but also to provide customers with better service experiences.
MOVES- BNY Mellon, Willis Group, Fitch
The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Monday.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
CMO Survey: Marketing Analytics are a Waste of Money
This won't help the marketing executive at the C-Suite table: Only about a third of organizational projects include marketing analytics.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
The Car Connection
McKinsey Envisions Big Change For Car Buyers: Is Tesla Right?
Americans sure don't research new cars-or even shop for them-in the ways that we used to.
How U.S. dealers can boost margins, according to McKinsey study
U.S. dealerships can significantly improve on the industry's average profit margin if they upgrade the capability of sales and service employees and pursue new sales formats, a McKinsey & Co.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Job Hunt? Dig Up Those SAT Scores
Plenty of employers, from consulting firms such as Bain & Co. and McKinsey & Co.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Kensington Tours: Explorers in Residence Series: Rare, remote...
Jeff Willner isn't your average CEO. The thoughtful, charismatic mastermind behind Kensington Tours clocked over 120,000 miles while driving around the globe as a brand ambassador for Land Rover.
Fed's Final Foreign Bank Rule Increases Risk in Global Banking
The robust global movement of investors' money is a key element of economic growth, but has suffered a precipitous decline since the financial crisis.
McKinsey: 56% of Indians Unable to Afford A Decent Life
An Indian labourer sits with a child outside a makeshift shelter on a highway on the outskirts of Hyderabad on Nov. 14, 2013 How to count India 's hundreds of millions of poor is a debate that has been raging in New Delhi and beyond for years.