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Global supply chains were once thought a way to reduce both risk and cost. With tariffs and sanctions on the rise, those far-flung networks suddenly seem exposed.
A veteran risk manager based in the UK gives Risk & Insurance readers his take on the impact of Brexit on Lloyds, the largest specialty insurance market in the world.
The pizza chain went to court after a blind customer sued them for violating the ADA.
Companies are adopting biometric systems to enhance security, but aren’t going far enough to protect the unique data from breaches.
Terrorists target major cities more often than small towns, but given the unpredictability of violence, should suburban areas be more alert?
The talent gap isn’t going away anytime soon. Here’s what insurance and risk management can do to address it.
MGM will pay up to $800 million to the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. What does this say about corporate liability after mass casualty events?
Here are some key indicators, provided by award winning risk managers, that you can use as benchmarks to determine if your commercial insurance broker is doing a good job.
An analysis of claims data by AXA XL doesn’t bode well for electric vehicle safety, but it’s too soon to tell what reaction that warrants.
As challenging as it is for universities to investigate and respond to sexual assault complaints, figuring out how to prevent sexual violence on campus is far more difficult.
ADA claims can cripple small businesses. The ACCESS Act aims to protect business owners from abusive lawsuits as well as the rights of the disabled community.
A new report from NCCI found that self-driving cars could reduce workers’ comp claims costs. But many people remain afraid of the new technology.
These emerging risks are shaping the playing field for environmental underwriters and regulators.
Stories about tech-related injuries are often focused on teenagers, but adults who use their phones, laptops and tablets at work could also be at risk.
The American company and United Kingdom’s number one pizza brand braces for a no-deal Brexit.
Autonomous cars, tariff wars and cyber attacks are just a few of the critical evolving risks facing the automotive industry.
Climate change is happening; summers are hotter, storms more volatile and outdoor working environments are changing.
Hackers have access to sophisticated tech that is easily accessible for as little as $2 on the dark net.
Marsh’s new report aims to demonstrate that cyber insurances policies do pay and to dispel some common myths surrounding the policies.
Voice detectors aiming to pick up on aggression or distress prove less than reliable in identifying danger, but gun violence is not a conversation we can close.