Mary Roth, the executive director of the Risk & Insurance Management Society Inc., has been named president of the International Federation of Risk and Insurance Management Associations.
(Reuters) — Chrysler Group L.L.C. will recall about 900,000 sport utility vehicles, its largest recall this year, weeks before a shareholder meeting called by its parent Fiat S.p.A. to seek approval for their merger.
(Reuters) — A federal judge rejected PricewaterhouseCoopers L.L.P.'s request to dismiss a $1 billion lawsuit accusing the auditor of providing bad accounting advice that contributed to the collapse of MF Global Holdings Ltd.
A Colorado insurance broker who sued NBC Universal Inc. and some of its employees for defamation is getting a second day in court after a federal appeals court resurrected his case.
The Self-Insurance Institute of America Inc. is urging federal regulators to revisit an accommodation for religious nonprofit organizations that object to providing contraceptive coverage for employees as mandated under the health care reform law.
Packaging company Rock-Tenn Co. is offering to about 9,000 former employees who are eligible for but not yet receiving monthly pension benefits the opportunity to convert their future annuity to a lump-sum benefit.
Insured losses caused by natural catastrophes in the first half of 2014 totaled about $17 billion, up from about $11 billion for the comparable period last year but below the 10-year average of $25 billion.
A hailstorm that struck Abilene, Texas, on June 12 is expected to cause $400 million in insured losses, the Insurance Council of Texas said Friday.
New York City will spend $675 million to settle legal claims this fiscal year and is projected to spend $782 million by fiscal 2018, according to an analysis released by New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer on Wednesday.
Lyft, the pink-mustachioed car-sharing startup that plans to begin serving New York City Friday, has been issued a “cease-and-desist” letter by the state Department of Financial Services in which Superintendent Benjamin Lawsky accused …
A federal judge has blocked a Massachusetts regulation meant to restrict sales of Zohydro ER, a powerful opioid painkiller, after Gov. Deval Patrick sought to ban the drug's availability in the state.
A Detroit teacher who made headlines after breaking up a classroom fight with a broom has filed a workers compensation claim and is seeking additional financial compensation from her employer, according to a Thursday report.