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The quirky and profound ways in which insurance and risk management impact our lives.
Food recall costs billions in waste and lost inventory. Experts say blockchain could reduce the losses by increasing transparency and making it easier to trace the source of contaminated food.
A failure to purchase product contamination insurance results in a crushing blow, not just in dollars but in lives.
Insurers are prosecuting premium fraud, because it’s creating unfair competition for honest businesses unable to compare with cheats reducing their expenses by failing to care for their workers.
California’s new wildfire liability bill emphasizes mitigation planning, and will allow compliant utilities to pass some costs on to customers.
The claims advocacy model is just one of many important topics on the agenda for 2018 NWCDC this December at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
The Mandalay Bay hotel attack in Las Vegas last October lent fresh urgency to the task of risk managers across various industries to minimize the potential of a disastrous mass shooting event.
Program sector professionals will exchange ideas about the growing sector at the annual TMPAA Summit in Scottsdale, Ariz. in late October.
In the shadow of the evolving tariff war, the venerable Hank Greenberg offers us a reminder of the history of U.S.-China relations, and what it will take to restore trust and cooperation.
Gillian Cummings-Beck and her team kept retailer Chico’s in business during Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
Deteriorating trade relationships, election uncertainty and violence continue to threaten multinational companies’ overseas operations.
After gaining injuries from an oil well explosion, one worker was denied the possibility to file a negligence claim due to exclusive remedy laws.
Miami-Luken Inc. was left without insurance coverage after the West Virginia Attorney General sued it for being part of a pill-mill pushing scheme.
After getting injured on the job, one juvenile detention officer was fired when she could no longer fulfill her role’s duties. In court, she argues wrongful termination due to disability discrimination.
In the wake of widespread revelations of toxic behaviors at organizations of every size, HR is undergoing a procedural and policy makeover. Better late than never.
Explanation-of-benefit statements, like those mailed to health care insurance patients, could spur more workers’ comp claimants into reporting fraudulent activities.
Ten years — a short time in a long-tail industry — has apparently been time for significant change in Bermuda, one of the world’s most stable markets.
In a robust and frank conversation, the insurance legend provides unique insights into global trade, his past battles and what the future holds for the industry and his company.
A McKinsey study shows unconscious bias, lack of work-life balance and fear of risk-taking negatively impact women leadership in insurance.