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The crop of 2013 Teddy Award winners have been creative in advancing worker safety.
Have the construction slowdown and other issues increased exposures?
An explosion shakes a retailer’s business continuity. What is their next move?
Mergers and acquisitions are increasing. Will that increase liability?
Like insurance, stores of human resilience are built in layers. We don’t know our capacity to recover until it’s tested.
Cargo theft reveals jack-knifed coverage.
Experts discuss ways to monitor and manage specialty health care spending.
Insurance claims adjusters are “second responders,” heading into the field in the wake of disaster.
Treatment delays and other effects of health care reform implementation blind-side a deal between a regional employer and a health care system.
For Stephen V. Festa, metrics matter for better claims management.
Can government regulations keep up with changing technologies to control cyber risk?
Risk Innovators bring professionalism, creativity and effective execution to problem-solving for clients.
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.
A Cat 5 hurricane strike of Lake Okeechobee would inundate much of South Florida.
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.
A once fit, hardworking man in his sixties gets hurt and his case goes into an unexpected tailspin. Will Ben ever return to work?
There are carriers that can survive the most horrific of scenarios, if they are diversified enough.