(Reuters) — Ford Motor Co. on Tuesday said it is recalling about 65,000 Fusion sedans because the key can be removed from the ignition even if the car is not in the "park" position.
(Reuters) — Arizona filed a lawsuit against General Motors Co., claiming the carmaker put the public at risk by concealing safety defects to avoid the cost of recalls.
A disabled medical school applicant's request for accommodation exceeds what is required under the Americans with Disabilities Act, says a federal appeals court.
A federal district judge has entered a $735,000 consent decree resolving a race harassment lawsuit, in which the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged a Chicago grocery wholesaler with tolerating a racially hostile workplace.
Aided by a surge in enrollment in high-deductible plans, group health care plan costs have continued to increase modestly this year, according to a survey by Mercer L.L.C.
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 in order to help hold down rising medical costs, according to survey data…
WASHINGTON — The National Association of Insurance Commissioners has created a task force to help coordinate insurance issues related to cybersecurity, the NAIC announced during its fall meeting in Washington on Wednesday.
(Reuters) — Competition in the global insurance market is driving commercial rates down by as much as 15%, senior industry participants said on Thursday, as some look to new products such as cyber insurance to boost revenues.
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
The widow of a company executive who died from meningitis after returning from a business trip to Brazil can receive workers compensation death benefits, an Illinois appeals court has ruled.
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.