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Improve Your Policy Wording During Soft Markets

Improve Your Policy Wording During Soft Markets

A soft market provides the perfect opportunity to improve your policy wording.

 
Checking Out

Checking Out

What does the growing obsolescence of personal checks say about the future of money?

 
Insurance Coverage for Product Recalls, Property Damage and Injuries

Insurance Coverage for Product Recalls, Property Damage and Injuries

Product recalls and liabilities stemming from such an event can result in extremely costly situations. How can product recall insurance help?

 
Learning from Catastrophes

Learning from Catastrophes

A collection of studies in risk management edited by Wharton professors Howard Kunreuther and Michael Useem.

 
The Sellout

The Sellout

Charles Gasparino’s dramatic history of the 2008 financial crisis.

 
Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown

Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown

David Wiedemer, Robert Wiedemer and Cindy Spitzer take another look at America’s precarious bubble economy.

 
Commercial Insurance Market Woes

Commercial Insurance Market Woes

Insurers and brokers may need to seriously rethink the risk assessment process.

 
Inflation a Threat for Reinsurance

Inflation a Threat for Reinsurance

Future inflation may affect reinsurers’ profitability across all lines of business.

 
Revenge of the Former Employee

Revenge of the Former Employee

Disgruntled employees can create IT security concerns.

 
Effects of Climate Change

Effects of Climate Change

Experts suggest that climate change could have an increasingly serious effect on coastal flooding.

 
Immunology

Immunology

The H1N1 pandemic is the latest episode in a long history of disease and its impact on public health.

 
Is the Smart Grid Smart Enough?

Is the Smart Grid Smart Enough?

The U.S. power grid is in dire need of an update. But will the risks outshine the benefits?

 
Q&A: Handling Fraud Claims

Q&A: Handling Fraud Claims

Brad Murlick and Paul Lux of Navigant Consulting discuss how to respond to fraud claims.

 
Teaching a Man to Not Fish

Teaching a Man to Not Fish

A record bluefin tuna sale highlights the overfishing of a species nearing collapse.

 
Five Internal Investigation Missteps

Five Internal Investigation Missteps

When investigating an employee for fraud, it is important to avoid some common mistakes.