Aetna’s CEO on Obamacare, Emerging Technology and Why Half Its Employees Work From Home (Interview)

On the well-documented problems with the government’s website, Mark Bertolini said: “This should be the straightforward stuff. This is not rocket science.”

Voices Enrollment Falls Far Short of Target

Federal website brings 40,000 to 50,000 enrollees in private plans.

Twitter to Wait Until After IPO to Name Woman — Likely With International Cred — to Board

The number of women with international experience is long, but if I were to bet whom Twitter is considering for its top picks, I would name only two: Condoleezza Rice and Madeleine Albright.


Health Website Woes Widen as Insurers Get Wrong Data

Insurers say the federal health-care marketplace is generating flawed data that is straining their ability to handle even the trickle of enrollees who have gotten through so far.

Need to Talk to a Doctor, Pronto? Now There’s an App for That, Too.

American Well offers on-demand video conferencing with a doctor for $49 per 10-minute visit.

Scanadu Wraps Up Big Indiegogo Campaign, Raising $1.66 Million for Medical “Tricorder”

The health startup said that more than 8,500 backers from 110 countries supported the project, which gathers health data and beams it to a nearby smartphone.

GE Ventures Officially Opens for Business in Silicon Valley (Video)

Apparently, they also bring good Internet of things to light.

WhatsApp, Snapchat and the Real “Second Screen” — 10 Things You Missed at Day Two of Dive Into Mobile

A quick catch-up guide to the second and final day of our global mobile conference.

Khosla Ventures Brings In Condoleezza Rice’s Firm for Strategic Role

Strategery plus!

Checking In With the Natty VCs of Social+Capital (Video)

What has the dashing-in-Silicon-Valley-at-least Chamath Palihapitiya been up to since he founded his antithetical venture firm?

These Start-Ups Aren’t Goofing Off When It Comes to Microsoft’s Kinect

Eleven companies presented today to show off how they plan to use Microsoft’s motion-controlled Kinect accessory for applications beyond gaming.

Dell: Who You Gonna Buy?