(Reuters) — U.S. foodmaker H.J. Heinz Co. said it will tighten controls over ingredients suppliers in China after it was forced to recall some infant food products from Chinese store shelves.
By all accounts, times are tough in the Atlantic City casino business, but it's even tougher when a casino loses a portion of its precious take from the roof of an armored car meant to carry the cash to safety.
A terminated police officer who was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder was not sufficiently impaired to be protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act, said an appeals court.
Howden Insurance Brokers Ltd., a unit of Hyperion Insurance Group Ltd., has launched a stand-alone insurance product that mitigates the costs of rescue in a mine collapse.
Robert Nagle, a long-time pension policymaker and regulator, died Saturday at his home in McLean, Virginia. Mr. Nagle, 84, had been battling cancer.
(Reuters) — California Gov. Jerry Brown decried a move by the state's giant public pension fund on Wednesday to include temporary pay hikes in the way pensions are calculated for newly hired workers.
USI Insurance Services L.L.C. will acquire seven retail brokerage offices from certain subsidiaries of Willis North America Inc., part of Willis Group Holdings P.L.C., Valhalla, New York-based USI announced Monday.
Allied World Assurance Co. Holdings A.G. has named John Bender CEO of its global reinsurance operations, the company said Thursday.
A federal judge has ruled that a trucking company violated federal law by discriminating against female truck driver applicants when it required they be trained only by other women, said the EEOC.
Even when a loss assessor contributes to losses for the insurer she works for it’s apparently not sufficient grounds in Ireland to fire her.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration began labeling tramadol, an opioid pain medication, as a Schedule IV controlled substance on Monday, according to a final rule published in the Federal Register.
The Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California is recommending that the California Department of Insurance adopt a 6.7% increase in the state's pure premium workers compensation rate.