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The leaders of Willis Towers Watson discuss their hopes for the newly combined organization.
Three Bay Area insurance brokerage executives raise money for nonprofits and explore their creative sides in a rock and roll band.
Shari Natovitz lost hundreds of former colleagues on 9/11. Now she manages risk for a vital piece of New York’s skyline.
The co-morbidities of age and weight and a stubborn failure to adhere to his physical therapy regimen spell trouble for an injured, middle-aged construction foreman.
The 100 Resilient Cities initiative continues to grow in the U.S. and globally.
Find the right balance between mitigating and transferring cyber risk to maximize ROI and validate your approach with the C-suites and the board of directors.
Is our world coming apart at the seams?
Myopic decision-making based on self-selected information sources results in broad-based societal and economic harm.
Chris de Wolfe of Mars Inc. can take you to places where there are snakes as long as large swimming pools.
In a record year for M&As, the 2016 Power Brokers excelled at marrying risk management cultures and firming up carrier relationships.
R&I profiles the accomplishments of the 2016 Power Broker® award winners, with an index to each category.
Ray Van Eperen and his Kimberly-Clark team trained more than 6,000 of their colleagues in risk mitigation.
A progressive goal attainment program can help injured workers overcome psychosocial risk factors.
Lack of pre-loss planning leaves a manufacturer and its supply chain vulnerable in the face of disaster.
Learn more about the silver lining of the emerging talent crisis, and hear from experts on how to align new talent with achieving better results.
A social engineering cyber attack results in a massive loss of medical records, a reputational hit and a merger gone bad.
Better modeling and regulatory changes could mean greater private sector participation in flood insurance.
A company’s failure to communicate important information to survivors in the wake of a deadly shooting exacerbates a tragedy.