The Home Depot Inc. has reported pretax net expenses of $28 million related to its recent data breach and said it anticipates the total cost will be about at least $34 million for the year.
The possibility of coming home to “meth pipes” or the aftermath of an “XXX freak fest” might deter some people from renting out their living space through Airbnb, but the apartment-sharing service is hoping to set the…
(Reuters) — Boston Scientific Corp. was ordered Thursday to pay $18.5 million for injuries caused by transvaginal mesh devices, a plaintiffs' lawyer said, in the third courtroom loss for the company.
(Reuters) — A U.S. judge on Friday gave final approval to Apple Inc.'s agreement to pay $450 million to resolve claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices.
Very few employers are planning to make drastic changes to their group health benefit plans in 2015, opting instead to add incentives to workplace wellness programs, according to new survey data.
California, the biggest public health insurance exchange, says enrollment for 2015 is far eclipsing the enrollment rate during the comparable period last year.
(Reuters) — Competition in the global insurance market is driving commercial rates down by as much as 15%, according to senior industry participants as some look to new revenue boosting products.
China Reinsurance (Group) Corp. has received approval from Lloyd’s of London to transform its existing special purpose syndicate into a stand-alone syndicate.
The Hilb Group L.L.C. has acquired middle market employee benefits broker Lake Norman Benefits Inc.
Middle-market broker Hub International Ltd. is launching an entertainment practice to focus on providing risk management and insurance solutions for all segments of the entertainment industry
Absenteeism among obese workers in the United States costs employers about $8.65 billion each year, according to a study published in the latest issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board was within its regulatory powers when it created a list of preauthorized medical procedures, and it properly places the burden of proving medical necessity on an injured worker’s treating …