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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.
We honor the 2015 Risk All Stars, who stand out from their peers by overcoming challenges through exceptional problem-solving, creativity, perseverance and passion.
Failure to arrange the proper cover for regulatory penalties in the energy sector adds up to big losses.
Martin Brady’s excess casualty solution creates risk transfer stability for school districts.
A series of potentially high-severity events drove the push to launch a safety organization that will help keep theater students safe for years to come.
New to her position in risk management, Rytec’s Kris Finell set about correcting just about everything she could get her hands on.
With decades of expertise in captive insurance, Albert Fierro was the ideal person to help AARP rein in its rising workers’ compensation costs.
Kimpton Hotels’ Renee Crow built employ engagement and ownership of risk management issues.