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Uncertainty in international trade, the rising popularity of product boycotts and the dominance of Amazon in the e-commerce market are just some of the risks retailers should keep on their radar.
The insurance industry faces a long and arduous claims process for last year’s devastating Tianjin Port disaster.
Investment in Chile and Paraguay is up sharply, as Brazil sees some investment declines.
Small and mid-sized companies underestimate a disruption’s potential impact.
Insurers and brokers are developing unique tools to help insureds stay ahead of global political risks.
Lack of pre-loss planning leaves a manufacturer and its supply chain vulnerable in the face of disaster.
Regulators have decided they can’t risk electricity shortfalls. A new insurance market may result.
Complex supply chain risks are prime territory for analytics to close coverage gaps, root out weak or risky suppliers, and ensure business continuity.
The risks of 3D printing include product liability, intellectual property, and safety and security issues.
A combination of technology and data-centric risk management almost guarantees resilient supply chains.
The explosion in Tianjin provokes a host of risk management concerns.
A 45-day superstorm floods California and dishes out economic catastrophe.
A fast-moving geomagnetic storm blasts the North American power grid, leaving a large swath of the Northeastern U.S. temporarily uninhabitable.
The location of suppliers should be a key consideration in supply chain risk management.
Procurement and risk management must partner together to help their organization grow, but in some companies, they rarely even talk.
Don’t let supply chain risk management move to the back burner.
Reliance on supply chains has hiked the number of business interruption claims, which cost nearly one-third more than property claims.
Being vigilant on cyber security requires companies to have confidence in the IT protections of their vendors and partners.
Smart supply-chain management requires a thorough understanding of the risks that could impact suppliers, from the first-tier all the way down the line.
Companies must assess the risks of vendors that provide critical operations or have access to customer information.