The insurance industry has launched an initiative to attract millennials to the profession.
The insurance industry has shown a “profound lack of preparedness” in addressing climate-related risk and opportunities, says a report on a survey conducted by an advocacy group.
Passage of California's Proposition 46 could result in higher medical professional liability insurance rates, according to a study released by A.M. Best Co. Inc. on Tuesday.
The Justice Department is making strategic changes to put additional focus on the protection of national assets from the threat of state-sponsored economic espionage and proliferation, including through cyberspace.
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.
(Reuters) — Health insurer Humana Inc. is exploring a sale of its urgent care subsidiary Concentra in a deal that could value it at around $1 billion, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Willis Group Holdings P.L.C. and Miller Insurance Services L.L.P. are in talks to create a London wholesale specialist broking firm which would combine the companies' wholesale businesses under the Miller brand as a stand-alone entity and…
Last week's Hurricane Gonzalo caused estimated insured damages of between $200 million and $400 million in Bermuda, catastrophe modeler AIR Worldwide said Wednesday.
A long-awaited form employers will use to provide the HHS with information regulators will need to calculate the amount of a “reinsurance” fee mandated by the health care reform law will be available online starting Friday.
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.
CHICAGO — The federal terrorism insurance backstop set to expire at the end of this year likely will be replaced or extended, but insurers are worried about workers comp exposures if the backstop goes away.
Colorado employers will see no change to workers compensation loss cost rates for next year, the state Department of Regulatory Agencies said Thursday.