Fear of cyber warfare and technology issues joined pandemics, large-scale natural catastrophes and concerns about food, water and energy shortages as the top five long-term risks for the insurance industry.
A U.S. appeals court ruled Wednesday against Consolidated Edison Co. of New York Inc. and its insurers in an appeal of a lower court's dismissal of a suit claiming negligence by the owners, builders and designers of 7 World Trade Center led to…
(Reuters) — Bank of America Corp. said it settled all claims with Freddie Mac arising from residential mortgages sold to the government-backed housing agency through the end of 2009.
An appellate court ruling that says employers can require their workers to sign arbitration agreements waiving their rights to class action suits is a significant victory for employers, say experts.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied a Christian university's request for a hearing on its challenge of the health care reform law's employer mandate.
Without congressional action, thousands of individuals who have lost their jobs due to foreign competition, as well as retirees in failed pension plans, will pay more for health coverage when a law that provides federal health insurance premium…
Five insurance industry leaders have been nominated for the 2014 Insurance Hall of Fame, the International Insurance Society announced Tuesday.
See photos from the Business Insurance Women to Watch Leadership Workshop and Awards Luncheon, held Dec. 3 in New York.
Given that most U.S. workers do not buy sufficient life insurance, brokers and insurers have stepped up marketing efforts at the worksite, either on a voluntary group or individual basis.
Liberty Mutual Holding Co. Inc.’s commercial insurance business unit has created a new product focusing on property coverage of foreign operations of midsize U.S. companies and added a new global crisis management endorsement to its foreign …
New Jersey businesses will see an average 3.6% increase in workers compensation rates for 2014, the New Jersey Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau said.
An employer must pay part of the money into an employee's Medicare set-aside account for future medical costs, even though the man died before he could receive it, a North Carolina appellate court has ruled.