(Reuters) — General Motors Co. filed a motion in a U.S. court to enforce a bar on lawsuits stemming from ignition defects in cars sold before its 2009 bankruptcy as it fights proposed class action litigation that seeks to set aside the…
(Reuters) — The high-stakes penalty phase of BP P.L.C.'s trial over its role in the 2010 U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil spill will start next January, court officials said on Tuesday, and billions of dollars could be on the line.
(Reuters) — The SEC has failed to protect its data network against possible breaches, to encrypt highly sensitive information, or to use strong enough passwords.
(Reuters) — Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical on Tuesday about online TV service Aereo Inc.'s position in a copyright dispute with major broadcasters, but several raised concerns about how a ruling against the startup could affect…
(Reuters) — Thanks to a final April surge, California's health care exchange marketplace enrolled a total of 1.4 million people in private health insurance plans, state officials announced Thursday.
Some industry experts are warning that states that chose not to expand Medicaid coverage under Obamacare could see higher insurance premiums next year as hospitals continue to shift the costs of uncompensated care to private insurers.
WASHINGTON — Current cyber risk management does not give much consideration to “digital distant perfection” — the aggregation of cyber risks that can lie far beyond an organization's own four walls.
XL Group P.L.C. has set up a reinsurance operation in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, XL announced Wednesday.
(Reuters) — A U.S. judge has issued final dismissals of lawsuits accusing Lululemon Athletica Inc. and various company officials of defrauding shareholders by concealing defects in yoga pants.
Very few small and midsize businesses affected by Superstorm Sandy have been able to recover some portion of their financial losses through insurance, according to a new report by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Northwestern University on Wednesday filed an appeal asking the full National Labor Relations Board in Washington to overturn a ruling that classified the school's scholarship football players as university employees.
The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has proposed a 6.3% reduction to base workers compensation insurance rates for private-sector employers beginning July 1.