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While many industries are playing a waiting game to learn the extent of the damage that COVID-19 will inflict on their businesses, hospitality is feeling the losses most immediately.
COVID-19 business interruptions are hitting the retail sector particularly hard; here’s how supply chains are coping with panic-buyers.
Businesses pivoting to address COVID-19 hold lessons for how we can create a more resilient society.
As companies battle-test their continuity plans to varying degrees of success, it’s time to re-think our goals and risk tolerances and position our organizations to thrive in this new reality.
A report from WCRI sheds light on how a coronavirus-related recession could affect return-to-work.
This environmental broker examines whether or not pollution legal liability policies can provide some relief to enterprises struggling with the effects of COVID-19.
Butler University Risk Management professor Zach Finn recommends a Pandemic Risk Insurance Act to help mitigate coronavirus losses for businesses.
The financial pressure on risk managers and businesses to address flooding risk in the wake of climate change is mounting. Here are a few ways to start.
Coronavirus is causing massive disruptions and losses to businesses. Here’s where insurance may help.
More and more businesses are turning to telecommuting in an effort to curb coronavirus from spreading, but cyber risk still looms.
After the Borderline Grill shooting, the State Fund’s Major Claims Operations unit made a significant impact on those suffering from the horrific event.
Julie Theirl of Aon and her team have been working on a database set to help public schools recognize, analyze and prevent sexual abuse and molestation claims from occurring.
Shutting down production for even a few hours for maintenance can have a tremendous impact on profits, which is why predictive analytics can help catch a potential problem before it arises.
Pandemic response plans, policies for workers in affected areas and keeping up-to-date information on hand are just a few ways to protect employees working near the coronavirus outbreaks.
With a market in transition, both primary and excess casualty lines are experiencing rate increases. But insurers are identifying ways to approach the changing landscape.
While social media has created an extraordinary opportunity for many businesses to reach out to consumers in an instant, some posts are proving an immense risk.
These critical global risks are interconnected, with each having an impact on the severity and likelihood of the others.
The convenience store chain, whose signature event is Hoagie Fest, recently discovered Malware infected their card readers back in March.
A root cause analysis of the gun violence plaguing the United States is in order, argues a risk management columnist.
Emanuele Scansani of Riskline explains how some social media posts can prove controversial — and even punishable by law — in certain countries.