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Losses linked to reputation at public companies increased dramatically over the past five years.
Personal privacy as we once knew it is dead.
Risk managers need to be aware of what an organization says it will do compared with how it acts.
Indications that Wells Fargo investors were getting uneasy were visible in 2014.
Celebrity spokespersons can significantly elevate a brand, as long as they stay on their best behavior.
Governments are cracking down on the use of slave labor in supply chains. Companies risk their reputations if they don’t find the practice on their own and end it.
Drowsy driving is increasing liability for transportation companies, and increasing commercial auto rates as well.
Hospitals balance safety with necessary public care in high-risk departments.
Setting priorities for which risk to address first can be extremely challenging.
New legal guidelines should strengthen board governance and reputation risk management.
The government is offering companies lower fines if they disclose Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations.
Molding the expectations of customers and shareholders through ERM is critical to reputation protection.
With guns a hot-button emotional issue, employers face tough choices for managing related reputational exposures.
Myopic decision-making based on self-selected information sources results in broad-based societal and economic harm.
Biotechnology breakthroughs can provide great benefits to society, but the risks can’t be ignored.
Tennis star Maria Sharapova’s admission to a failed drug test resulted in immediate financial repercussions.
Flint businesses are seeing a loss of revenues and continue to face reputational damage.
The disruptive influence of evolving risks has the potential to drive innovation in the insurance industry and beyond.
Brazil offers risk management and compliance challenges for U.S. companies.
Employers are still slow to take the necessary steps to ensure that their organizations are prepared for violence.