Articles by Jared Wade
Are there really more tornadoes than ever?
The 2013 hurricane season predictions and the potential cost of a modern-day Miami superstorm.
Authors Amy Su Jen and Mariel Maignan Wilkins teach risk managers that even introverts can captivate a crowd.
Insurance has a crummy reputation — but it may be improving.
A survey of 64,000 people across the world lends a lot of evidence traditionally feminine values and traits are vital to leadership.
Women are still routinely out-earned by men, which makes the reliably high salaries in risk management attractive.
Disputes in the sneaker industry.
The threats that troubled Apocalypse Now, The Crow, Waterworld, Troy, Gangster Squad and World War Z.
Lafley’s time at the top of the consumer-products giant gave him a unique vantage point on global risks.
Could record temperatures in Australia lead to drought?
These trends — in business, technology and society at large — will underpin the threats and opportunities facing risk managers this year.
Former AT&T and GM CEO Ed Whitacre recounts his time atop two of America’s most iconic companies.
Hail is the costliest peril in Texas and business owners need to protect themselves from its impact.
Accounting standards may be changing soon but the transition won’t be seamless — or cheap.
The changing terrorist threat across the globe is coinciding with a transition in the terrorism insurance market.