Angela Braly

Lechleiters, Bralys contribute $1M each to United Way

December 19, 2013
J.K. Wall
John Lechleiter, Angela Braly and two other local business leaders have pledged a combined $3 million to United Way of Central Indiana over the next four years. United Way is trying to raise $42.5 million by the end of the year.
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Critics of WellPoint choice may not be easily swayedRestricted Content

February 23, 2013
Greg Andrews
It's way too early to declare the board dysfunctional for making a surprise choice—Joe Swedish, CEO of Michigan-based hospital system Trinity Health—for the company’s new CEO.
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REWIND: IBJ's top 10 business stories of 2012

December 26, 2012
Top 10 business stories of 2012 Watch
                           VideoThe state's labor landscape changed, and the housing market improved. Indianapolis basked in the glow of a flawless Super Bowl, and big-name CEOs were shown the door. IBJ's reporters and editors recall the year's biggest stories.
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WellPoint likely to go outside for chiefRestricted Content

September 29, 2012
J.K. Wall
While WellPoint Inc. and its predecessors have a history of grooming new CEOs in-house, the next leader of the health insurance giant is likely to be an outsider, according to interviews with more than a half dozen former directors and officers of the company.
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Bounty on Braly? $1.4 billion

September 4, 2012
J.K. Wall
Investors who called strongly for the head of WellPoint Inc. CEO Angela Braly got what they wanted last week. In response, they bid up WellPoint's share price by $1.4 billion on the day after she resigned.
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EDITORIAL: Braly ouster overstates failuresRestricted Content

September 1, 2012
 IBJ Staff
Investors heaped criticism on former WellPoint Inc. CEO Angela Braly and called for her ouster in the weeks leading up to her resignation Aug. 28, but her leadership of the health-insurance giant might not be judged so harshly once the smoke clears.
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Departing CEO Braly due to get $15M exit package

August 29, 2012
J.K. Wall
WellPoint Inc. is expected to give about $15 million in cash, stock and benefits to former CEO Angela Braly on her way out the door, based on the terms of a separation agreement filed by the company Wednesday morning. And the payout could be even more lucrative based on the company's future stock price.
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WellPoint launches search for new CEO after Braly resignation

August 29, 2012
 IBJ Staff and Bloomberg News
Investors are looking for a CEO who can right the Indianapolis-based company’s financial performance and integrate WellPoint’s recent deals to buy Medicaid insurer Amerigroup Corp. and vision company 1-800-Contacts Inc.
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Rival's strong results have WellPoint playing catch-up

August 25, 2012
J.K. Wall
UnitedHealth has been enjoying healthy profits, growing customer rolls and a rising stock price—things the Indianapolis insurer has been unable to match. That tough comparison lies behind some of the investor attacks on WellPoint CEO Angela Braly.
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WellPoint CEO's critics suggesting replacements

August 24, 2012
Bloomberg News
Another plea for the ouster of WellPoint CEO Angela Braly is spurring discussions among investors and analysts about a replacement. Top suggestions include James G. Carlson, the chief of Amerigroup Corp., and David B. Snow Jr., the former chief of Medco Health Solutions Inc.
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WellPoint board member says Braly still backed as CEO

August 13, 2012
 IBJ Staff and Bloomberg News
A WellPoint Inc. director said there’s no move by the board to fire CEO Angela Braly for poor performance. Meanwhile, an expert predicted Braly will have at least until early 2013 to right the ship as the company awaits the close of the $4.9 billion Amerigroup acquisition.
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WellPoint CEO faces ire of investors who say she must go

August 10, 2012
Bloomberg News
WellPoint Inc.’s Angela Braly is facing tough questions about her performance after the Indianapolis-based health insurer reported disappointing earnings last month and cut its 2012 forecast. Investors say Braly is the problem and some are calling for her ouster.
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Compensation dips slightly for WellPoint brass

April 3, 2012
J.K. Wall
Angela Braly, CEO of the Indianapolis-based health insurance company, received total compensation of nearly $13.3 million, down 1.5 percent from the $13.5 million she made the previous year.
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WellPoint approves annual 'say on pay' measure

May 17, 2011
J.K. Wall
Shareholders of WellPoint Inc. approved on Tuesday the hefty pay packages of the company’s executives and voted for the right to weigh in annually on future executive compensation.
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Braly's political skirmishes hurting insurer, critics say

June 19, 2010
J.K. Wall
When WellPoint Inc. named Angela Braly its CEO three years ago, it touted her experience dealing with politicians and government regulators. But WellPoint is now the poster child for health insurer bad behavior—credited in Washington with reviving a dead health reform bill the company opposed.
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MAURER: WellPoint's Braly bravely takes on fussRestricted Content

March 6, 2010
Mickey Maurer
Wellpoint CEO Angela Braly was criticized by President Obama on national television. She incurred the wrath of health insurance policyholders in California and Indiana. She reignited debate on the moribund national health care reform bill. A woman hasn’t caused this much turmoil since all those ships were launched by Helen of Troy.
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WellPoint CEO blames health costs for hikes

February 24, 2010
Associated Press
Amid attacks from Democrats over high executive salaries, Angela Braly testified in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday that big insurance-premium increases are the result of growing price tags for hospital care and pharmaceuticals.
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UPDATE: Glasscock retirement marks WellPoint's maturation

February 3, 2010
J.K. Wall
Larry Glasscock will step down March 1 as WellPoint CEO Angela Braly takes over leadership of the company's board. She replaced Glasscock as CEO on June 1, 2007.
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WellPoint's new CEO likely to encounter more obstacles than her predecessorRestricted Content

March 5, 2007
J.K. Wall
There are no longer any for-profit Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance plans for WellPoint Inc. to acquire as a means of growth. State governments have effectively stopped those plans from converting to for-profits. That means new CEO Angela F. Braly can't keep WellPoint growing by gobbling up competitors.
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