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Risk & Insurance® columnist Roger Crombie’s obsessive compilation of every film he can remember that mentions an insurance company, real or imagined.
Workers’ compensation insurance prices continue to rise, but significantly less than a year ago.
More than superficial changes are needed to compete in a sluggish economy.
Peter Eastwood and three trusted colleagues set out to build Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance.
These execs have proven their mettle and will have important decisions to make in 2014.
Small businesses are prime targets for cyber theft.
Leaders keep their eyes on the horizon and keep moving forward.
Brown & Brown plans to continue its strategy of acquiring small to mid-market agencies.
Growing economies result in growing insurance needs, but growth presents its own unique challenges.
Slowing trends in P&C pricing are expected to continue, but workers’ comp remains a critical area.
Texas and Oklahoma represent models of successful alternatives to the national workers’ comp system. It’s time for employers in other states to organize and follow suit.
For Stephen V. Festa, metrics matter for better claims management.
Would cutting a tax concession claimed by reinsurers help or hurt U.S. consumers?
C-level executives are stepping up their involvement in shaping and driving digital strategies.
Low interest rates fuel a continued flow of third party capital into the reinsurance market.
Capital adequacy scores for the Top 23 Reinsurers as of May 2013.
The reality of cyber crime and its disturbing rate of growth is well known to just about everyone.
The number of mergers and acquisitions of U.S. brokerages remains at near-record levels.
E&S premiums grew nearly 11 percent last year, with Berkshire Hathaway pushing in.
Hank Greenberg packs insurance industry history into a straightforward, 263-page book.
There are carriers that can survive the most horrific of scenarios, if they are diversified enough.