(Reuters) — Target Corp. said Chief Information Officer Beth Jacob resigned and it would look externally for an interim CIO as the retailer plans an overhaul of its information security practices in the wake of a massive data breach late…
HOUSTON — The ongoing shift of energy production techniques presents challenges for risk managers and underwriters alike.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act's whistle-blower provisions extend to the privately held contractors of public companies, said a divided U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday in a ruling that is expected to have a significant impact on privately held firms.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Thursday published a pair of guidance documents outlining employers' obligations under federal nondiscrimination laws regarding accommodations for employees' religious dress and grooming practices.
Private health insurance exchanges, which now provide coverage to a sliver of the employer market, are likely to grow exponentially during the next few years, predicts a new report released Tuesday.
Interactive Health Inc. on Thursday said it has acquired Health Solutions, a provider of on-site comprehensive wellness services to U.S. and international organizations.
(Reuters) — The House of Representatives, in a rare act of bipartisanship, overwhelmingly passed a bill on Tuesday to protect millions of American homeowners and businesses from dramatic increases in their flood insurance premiums.
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group P.L.C. has established a reinsurance brokerage in Argentina and has recruited Matias Rosales, previously head of rival Cooper Gay Argentina, to lead the unit.
Laurus Strategies, a Chicago-based employee benefits consultant, on Tuesday launched its private health insurance exchange consulting practice.
Former Denver insurance executive Michael Van Gilder has agreed to pay $150,000 to settle a federal civil lawsuit filed last year accusing him of insider trading, the Securities and Exchange Commission confirmed Monday.
While the Texas nonsubscription system can help employers save money compared with purchasing traditional workers compensation insurance, companies need to consider whether the risk of lawsuits from injured workers outweighs the initial cost savings.
Travelers Cos. Inc. was the largest workers compensation insurer in the nation last year, overtaking Liberty Mutual Holding Co. Inc. for the top spot, according to market share data released by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.