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These under-40 Power Broker honorees understand the value and role knowledge plays in their brokering careers.
Silo repairs at a coal mining operation were not covered under its property insurance policy.
NotPetya malware first cropped up on computers worldwide in June 2017, setting the stage for today’s ransomware attacks and ultimately causing $10 billion in damages globally.
Remote workers are here to stay. Now is the time for employers to review workers’ compensation programs to mitigate potential exposures.
Hartford HealthCare’s practices are under court scrutiny after class action arises.
There are several threat techniques hackers are using to infiltrate a company’s system. Understanding the difference between them is paramount.
Workers’ Memorial Day on April 28 honors those fatally injured at work.
Sotheby’s is in the hot seat as former workers band together to fight alleged misclassification and payment qualms.
Winter Storm Uri hit Texas in February 2021. Now, insurance is feeling the strain.
The National Hockey League has filed suit against its insurers over alleged revenue losses during mandatory COVID-19 shutdowns.
The Vermont Captive Insurance Association is back in-person for its annual conference this August.
What should your first step even be when a hacker encrypts your data?
Travel is starting to bounce back since the onset of the coronavirus. What are the risks that these travelers should be watching?
With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the conversation turns to what the cyber implications are for the rest of the world.
MedRisk names its co-CEO, Applied Underwriters grows its financial lines division and more in this edition of People on the Move.
The big pharmacies in the U.S. are next in line for opioid crisis scrutiny as more and more states sue responsible parties.
Tracing foodborne illness throughout a global supply chain can be challenging. These tech tools can help.
When one company is sued by a former employee, the court is tasked with deciding which insurance policy will pay out.
This is the story of how a family gate-making business from Kentucky turned into a D&O legal debacle.
The Guardian reported PFAS contamination in napkins, hiking pants and more. What are some of the risks linked to PFAS’s vast reach?