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The deadly limo accident in Schoharie, N.Y, provides a somber reminder of the value of performing due diligence and conducting background investigations.
In raising the Costa Concordia, we have a story showing what insurance does so well.
A dream risk management team for a national retailer is not as prepared for the impact of the Affordable Care Act as they thought.
An expensed dinner and drinks with an old and trusted friend winds up being more than Jimmy Davis ever bargained for.
The next time the Laki Fissure bursts, a maelstrom of sickness, death and economic destruction will be released.
When we look back in history, we see that perceived oppression often leads to rebellion.
Hank Greenberg packs insurance industry history into a straightforward, 263-page book.
Swiss Re insures the first solar plane to fly across the United States.
Big dams sit tight, as new projects just let the river run for generating capacity.
Nurses work under conditions that threaten their safety and well-being.
The health care industry must be wary of the cyber risks associated with medical devices.
More times than not, keeping things simple gives the best outcome.
There are carriers that can survive the most horrific of scenarios, if they are diversified enough.
RIMS survey found that chief risk officers’ salaries grew 7.5 percent in past five years.
Too many managers focus too much on insurance premium pricing and not enough on ERM.
A deadly travel accident lands an injured employee in a foreign jail.
A toddler death stemming from a MRSA outbreak wreaks havoc at a hospital.
A young baggage handler’s injury claim is crushing – literally.