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My Other Ride Is a Robot

My Other Ride Is a Robot

How can we stomp out drinking and driving and texting and driving all at once? Robot cars, obviously.

 
Mining for Disaster

Mining for Disaster

The West Virginia mine disaster in April triggered a renewed vigor to safeguard miners across the globe.

 
Increase in Accidents Since Ban on Texting

Increase in Accidents Since Ban on Texting

With in an increase in state texting while driving bans, one would assume the number of auto accidents would decrease rapidly. That has not been the case.

 
Lessons from the Great Fire of 1906

Lessons from the Great Fire of 1906

More than a century ago, the flames in San Francisco were extinguished. But the coverage debate raged on.

 
The Orange Revolution

The Orange Revolution

From the brilliant researchers at Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park laboratory to the irreverent employees of online shoe retailer Zappos.com, great teams have been the driving […]

 
Where Good Ideas Come From

Where Good Ideas Come From

The history of innovation.

 
Clinical Trial Insurance in South Korea

Clinical Trial Insurance in South Korea

Companies are flocking to Korea for clinical trials, but the insurance landscape there poses new risks.

 
CIOs as CEOs

CIOs as CEOs

When people think of business leaders, CIOs aren’t the first to come to mind. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

 
The Red Flags Rule: What You Need to Know

The Red Flags Rule: What You Need to Know

December will usher in a new data protection rule from the FTC. Is your company prepared?

 
The ABCs of Employment Practices Liability Insurance Coverage

The ABCs of Employment Practices Liability Insurance Coverage

To insulate themselves from legal damage, policyholders must understand EPLI basics.

 
Predicting the Future

Predicting the Future

The risks ahead.

 
Short on Supply, Long on Risk

Short on Supply, Long on Risk

Businesses that cut costs on supply may be unable to adjust as customers start buying again.

 
The Mother of All Data Breaches

The Mother of All Data Breaches

Looking back at a 2008 data breach that exposed 130 million credit card numbers.

 
Regulatory Uncertainty and Insurance

Regulatory Uncertainty and Insurance

Will more regulation equal better regulation?

 
A Bathtub of Pomegranates

A Bathtub of Pomegranates

These days it seems like pomegranates are everywhere. You see them in salad dressings, iced teas, martinis and even skin care products. Pomegranate juices make […]