Articles by Hilary Tuttle
Risk management programs are cropping up on campuses across the country to meet growing industry needs.
Employers need to ensure a safe and compliant workplace for transgender employees.
A majority of women in insurance believe the industry is making progress, but it still may lag behind other financial services sectors.
Recent storms show how urbanization magnifies the impact of natural catastrophes.
FM Global’s Bret Ahnell discusses resiliency, risk mitigation and the insurance market.
Information technology assets are now often as valuable as property assets, if not more so, but insurance protection lags.
Critical improvements to food safety regulation have so far been undercut by Congress.
Establishing the strongest threat intelligence and breach response program may require a reevaluation of how the business looks at technology staff.
Citizens and regulators alike increasingly demand that emergency plans take animals into account.
Global economic losses from natural catastrophes have remained about the same over the past 20 years.
Unmanned aerial vehicles offer insurers the opportunity to enhance the way they do business, while also demanding they come up with new solutions.
The current measles outbreak has raised questions about employers’ obligations and liabilities.
C-suite executives and board members see some of the biggest challenges now come from within the organization.
In the wake of an embarrassing cyberattack, Sony employees have filed class actions.
Global natural disasters caused drastically lower economic and insured losses in 2014.