The Texas State Office of Risk Management has named L. Todd Holt as deputy executive director, effective Jan. 5.
Verisk Analytics Inc.’s Insurance Services Office Inc. unit has developed endorsements to address the liability exposure of commercial drones.
(Reuters) — Americans shopping for toy remote-controlled airplanes or helicopters may find, sometime in the near future, that they come with unexpected accessories: A raft of new regulations.
(Reuters) — Government investigators fear the hackers behind the unprecedented attack on Sony's Hollywood studio may never be caught if they are under the protection of North Korea, a U.S. official said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) — Companies in the health care sector have invested hundreds of millions of dollars to build exchanges that allow company employees to buy their own insurance, betting that Corporate America wants to get out of managing workers'…
NCR Corp. on Wednesday said it is buying a group annuity to provide pension benefits to about 4,500 retirees and their beneficiaries.
A group of insurance and business associations has sent a letter asking that the Senate approve without amendment a House measure that would extend the federal government's terrorism insurance backstop for six years.
The failure of the Senate to vote on legislation extending the federal terrorism insurance program, will likely reverberate quickly through the insurance industry and the entire U.S economy, according to observers.
Trustees of financially distressed multiemployer pension plans would be allowed to cut participants' benefits to prevent the plans from becoming insolvent under legislation given final congressional approval Saturday.
Hamilton, Bermuda-based James River Group Holdings Ltd., the parent company of excess and surplus lines insurer James River Insurance Co., raised about $231 million in its initial public offering Friday.
Home Depot Inc. will not have to continue paying workers compensation benefits for a Maine employee who has been missing since 2012 unless she reappears and appeals for benefits to be reinstated.
Louisiana businesses will see a 2.4% cut in workers compensation insurance rates as of May 1, 2015, according to the state’s insurance department.