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In this fictive scenario, a candy company learns that not all business decisions lead to a sweet outcome.
The co-morbidities of age and weight and a stubborn failure to adhere to his physical therapy regimen spell trouble for an injured, middle-aged construction foreman.
Lack of pre-loss planning leaves a manufacturer and its supply chain vulnerable in the face of disaster.
A social engineering cyber attack results in a massive loss of medical records, a reputational hit and a merger gone bad.
A company’s failure to communicate important information to survivors in the wake of a deadly shooting exacerbates a tragedy.
Failure to arrange the proper cover for regulatory penalties in the energy sector adds up to big losses.
An equipment breakdown harms a company and kills a career.
An energy company drops the ball by not making the necessary accommodations for an injured employee returning from documented leave.
The co-morbidities of age and weight compound a case involving a stubborn and injured construction foreman.
Contaminated oil undermines a firm’s ability to capitalize on low oil prices.
On Cyber Monday, skilled hackers diminish an online retailer’s credibility in mere minutes.
Construction executives let their emotions get the best of them after an onsite death, with dire policy consequences.
A typhoon exposes the inadequacies of a U.S. pharmacy company’s local insurance policies and hinders its move to Asia.
A major hurricane strikes the Eastern Seaboard, bankrupting a city’s hopes of recovery.
An auto manufacturer thinks their tech supplier escaped typhoon damage. Closer inspection reveals quite the opposite.
Two employee injuries at the same company produce two very different outcomes.
An earthquake decimates a retailer’s servers and its supply chain.
Conflict in a foreign supplier’s country exposes holes in one company’s risk management strategy.
An ill-advised merger sparks shareholder lawsuits and major losses.
Talent shortages and bidding wars undermine a construction company’s ability to stay competitive.
A fired employee exacts revenge on his employer, battering not only bodies but also coverage limits.