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Recalling the turnaround at The Hartford, in his own words.
Experts expect not much will change regardless of the outcome of the Uber employment-classification appeal.
Accepting a seat on a board has always been risky. Perhaps never more than now.
Brokers urge policyholders to understand their policies and avoid the harsh surprises insureds faced in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Sharks are not the danger. But watch out for a marauding herd of deer.
Asbestos liability claims have stubbornly lingered, which has been vexing for companies that didn't even realize they had inherited the exposure.
On the agenda for the 24th annual National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo are sessions to help you tackle work comp’s most pressing challenges.
Be clear on what your organization's policy does and does not cover before you need it.
Musculoskeletal disorders account for the majority of occupational injuries, but too few resources are dedicated to preventing them.
New studies warn that some of the world's largest aquifers may soon run dry, with no hope of ever filling again.
The location of suppliers should be a key consideration in supply chain risk management.
Capacity is lining up to cover drones, but a lack of historical data and useful regulation hamper the industry.
Procurement and risk management must partner together to help their organization grow, but in some companies, they rarely even talk.
It's doubtful that insurers (or any other industry) are well served by deliberately ignoring outliers.
Climate change is speeding the deterioration of an already aged system. The fix will cost trillions.
Convergence in the automotive sector may affect many more industries than just car making.
Reported ransom demands are running at around $1 billion per year globally.
Healthcare providers continue to face numerous emerging challenges.
Modeling will make the market, experts at a New York industry event said.
The new wave of “social engineering” scams by cyber fraudsters is costing corporate America billions. The best defense is education and collaboration.
Allergens and global supply chain increases risk to food manufacturers. But new analytical approaches help quantify potential contamination exposure.
Shifts in the way workers’ comp products are purchased and sold continue to grow.
Wearable technology can have a meaningful impact on costs through injury prevention and creative case management.
Using a captive for pensions can mitigate longevity and investment risks, but the regulatory hurdles are substantial.
It is time for tenants to start bearing the cost of fires caused by their negligence.
Employees traveling abroad face new abduction risks that are more difficult to resolve than a ransom-based kidnapping.
Emerging exposures create new complexity for public entities. Presented by Travelers.
Report highlights damage done by employee theft and fraud to smaller employers.