Hurricane Gonzalo hit Bermuda Friday night, leaving damaged roofs and electricity outages in its wake, catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide said in a statement Monday.
Affected by the soft market, the number of risk retention groups continues to fall, according to an industry newsletter.
Ironshore International, a unit of Hamilton, Bermuda-based Ironshore Inc., said Monday it plans to enter the agriculture sector, offering capacity limits of up to $10 million, with the appointment of a divisional director.
(Reuters) — Apple Inc.'s iCloud storage service in China was attacked by hackers trying to steal user credentials, a Chinese web monitoring group said, adding that it believes the Beijing government is behind the campaign.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has made a habit of saying that repealing the ACA would not necessarily mean shutting down Kentucky's popular insurance exchange.
Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda, Maryland, announced Tuesday it has contributed $1 billion in contributions to its defined benefit plans thus far in 2014 out of an expected $2 billion and does not expect to make further contributions for at least …
Reserves among U.S. property/casualty insurers will remain “moderately redundant” at year end 2014, with some differentiation among companies and business lines.
Ace Ltd. reported third quarter net income of $785.0 million, down 14.2% from the same period last year as adjusted net realized losses of $106 million blunted gains in premiums and investments, the company announced Tuesday.
Marsh L.L.C has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Torrent Technologies Inc., Marsh said Monday.
Information technology solutions provider eManagement Inc. has developed a new tool to help small and midsize businesses measure their readiness to respond to and recover from cyber security attacks.
Chesapeake, Virginia-based Dollar Tree Inc. is facing $262,500 in fines from the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration because of alleged safety violations at a Texas Dollar Tree store.
Colorado employers will see no change to workers compensation loss cost rates for next year, the state Department of Regulatory Agencies said Thursday.