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Elizabeth Holmes tricked investors out of millions by dressing in ‘Steve Jobs’ black and pitching health care technology that didn’t work. The risk management lessons from the Theranos fiasco are both scary and insightful.
Organizations with better risk management reap better financial returns, according to research.
A fired employee exacts revenge on his employer, battering not only bodies but also coverage limits.
We use experiential data to inform our decisions, but is that approach reliable?
Risk experts grade Target’s efforts to manage the reputation damage caused by the data breach.
A supposed data breach sends a regional grocer scrambling to do damage control.
The role of insurance is often just as heroic as the exploits of emergency responders.
FEMA gauges disaster severity by how many Waffle House restaurants are open.
Insurance captives and crisis communications can go hand-in-hand.
An explosion shakes a retailer’s business continuity. What is their next move?
There has been a sharp increase in oil spills from tanker cars.
Sandy-affected companies with rejected insurance claims are suing brokers for negligence.
In raising the Costa Concordia, we have a story showing what insurance does so well.
When we look back in history, we see that perceived oppression often leads to rebellion.
There are carriers that can survive the most horrific of scenarios, if they are diversified enough.
A quick-thinking business owner seizes the opportunity to best a competitor after a storm.
A recall of contaminated cookies is a business owner’s undoing.