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An internet fame-seeker raised major health concerns after a viral video inspired dozens of cases of product tampering. Now consumers want to know if the food industry is doing enough to protect their products.
Risks to your supply chain can come from unexpected sources.
The interconnectivity of medical devices could spur catastrophic consequences.
Drone hacking could pose a terrorist threat, and it’s already proven that drones can be hacked.
Hyperconnectivity and driverless cars raise new cyber risks for automakers and their suppliers.
A softening market worries reinsurers, but they remain optimistic about growth.
Driverless technology is flowing to the oceans, but risks will slow global adoption.
Revolutionary 3D printing processes offer known and unknown risks.
Sophisticated security breaches have banks scrambling for customized cyber coverage.
Nanotechnology could well be the underwriting challenge of the next hundred years.
Large capital flows are entering the E&S market.
Most boards of directors are not reviewing insurance coverage for cyber-related risks.
Fines for high readmissions dictated by the Affordable Care Act can be avoided.
Never buy version 1.0 of any new technology.
Unfunded pension liabilities continue to threaten city finances.
Risk managers need to analyze how overseas political issues could impact supply chains and operations.
Treatment delays and other effects of health care reform implementation blind-side a deal between a regional employer and a health care system.
Creativity and skilled execution help our winners tackle tough problems.
Global supply chains necessitate more stringent food-safety rules from the FDA.
Web-based air traffic control introduces new cyber risks to aviation.
Should employers be concerned about the aging workforce?