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Battery storage losses continue to cause concerns to insurers. There have been several major losses already this year.
Workers’ comp opioid addiction is a murky area. While we are helping curb new addictions, we’re still failing a number of employees already dependent.
Do we know the difference between a disaster and a crisis? A crisis gives leadership a chance to implement enterprise-wide change.
Insurers have become increasingly proactive in helping insureds protect their properties. New technologies help homeowners go a step further in protecting their homes and their possessions.
Having a resiliency plan and practicing it can make all the difference in a disaster.
The fallout from a 2014 food truck explosion is one of the top losses in this month’s Risk Matrix. Read on for 10 more stories shaping the risk landscape.
Just because we have technology to change the very genetic code of a human being, does it mean that we should?
California intends to have its retrofit proposals adopted into building codes that could boost building resiliency nationwide.
Climate change, social media and artificial intelligence are increasing the rate of emerging risks.
New business models, theft of IP, reputation and violent acts are some of the top risks facing the industry today.
In this year’s Black Swan coverage, we focus on two events: An Atlantic mega-tsunami which would wipe out the East Coast and a killer global pandemic.
Could a tsunami destroy everything from Boston to Miami? If it did, would we even stand a chance?
The financial sector is not alone in seeking to identify how employees fall for cyber phishing scams.
Mega-loss claims and medical marijuana are workers’ comp challenges that are here to stay. See our map of the top current exposures plotted by frequency and impact.
Decentralization of power generation and a rapidly shrinking talent pool are risks that utility companies will continue to grapple with for years to come.
Awareness of cyber risk is increasing, but some companies may be neglecting to prepare adequate response plans that could save them millions.
Some of the threats facing planes, trains and automobiles are ongoing, while others are just emerging.
From cyber risks to global travel, high net worth families have a host of risks to manage.
As demand amps up, manufacturing companies have their hands full integrating new technologies and finding the next generation of talent.
The bottom line suffers when a viral story hurts a company’s brand. Mitigating the damage and recouping the loss requires planning ahead.
Crumbling roads and bridges isolate companies and trigger business interruption losses.