CHICAGO — The need for greater insurance policy clarity and certainty was among the key lessons learned from last year's Superstorm Sandy, according to panelists participating in the Harold H. Hines Jr. Memorial Symposium in Chicago.
(Reuters) — Chrysler Group L.L.C. gave in to government pressure and said it would recall 2.7 million older Jeep models, after initially fighting a recall request from U.S. regulators.
TAMPA, Fla. — As local cities, counties and municipalities hold vast amounts of personal data, cyber risks pose significant exposures for public entity risk managers.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged two founders of a medical insurer with operating a Ponzi scheme.
For at least a decade, employers offering 401(k) and other defined contribution retirement plans have shared a basic frustration.
Business Insurance's latest Solution Arc explores how 401(k) plans became a dominant retirement vehicle, the changing design of these employer sponsored plans and how firms are boosting 401(k) plan enrollment.
American International Group Inc. and Prudential Financial Inc. could become less competitive as a result of being designated systemically important financial institutions, though industry experts say much about the effect of SIFI status remains…
(Reuters) — Insurers should not be forced to hold extra capital just because of their size, because the extra cost would simply be passed on to consumers, U.S. regulators said Tuesday.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. —Benefits brokers expect most middle-market employers — even those with as few as 20 employees — to continue offering health benefits to their employees after 2014 despite the availability of insurance…
Nearly one in five midsize and large U.S. employers plans to reduce their part-time staffers' hours in order to minimize exposure to coverage mandates under the health care reform law, according to new research.
A proposal to raise New York workers compensation rates by 16.9% is based in part on increasing indemnity and medical claim severity, according to the New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board.
While the number of long-term disability claimants fell slightly in 2012, total claim payments among member disability insurers grew for a fifth straight year to $9.4 billion, the Council for Disability Awareness said Tuesday.