(Reuters) — Sandwich restaurant chain Jimmy John's said there was a potential security breach involving customers' credit and debit card data at 216 of its stores and franchised locations this summer.
(Reuters) — Normally it takes years to prove a new vaccine is both safe and effective before it can be used in the field. But with hundreds of people dying a day in the worst ever outbreak of Ebola, there is no time to wait.
(Reuters) — Your medical information is worth 10 times more than your credit card number on the black market.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claimed that male and female attorneys working at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey were paid unequally, but failed to analyze their different job duties, says an appeals court, in upholding …
Motorola Solutions Inc. entered into a pension buyout agreement with Prudential Insurance Co. of America and will offer lump-sum payouts to terminated vested employees to reduce $4.2 billion in pension obligations.
Adding an automatic carry-over feature to employees' flexible spending accounts has taken the pressure off Unity Health Care Inc. employees who contribute to FSAs.
(Reuters) — Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. isn't American International Group Inc.'s biggest competitor, and AIG handles all its rivals in a very effective way, former AIG Chief Executive Robert Benmosche told Bloomberg TV.
(Reuters) — Allianz is set to extend the contract of its Chief Executive Michael Diekmann by two years as the German insurer seeks to smooth the turmoil over leadership change at its Pimco subsidiary, a German newspaper reported.
Recent data breaches involving high-profile companies such as Target Corp. and Home Depot Inc. are having an effect on how much middle-market companies spend on data security.
Atlanta-based Digital Benefits Advisors on Wednesday said it has added Benefits Resource L.L.C., an Aliso Viejo, California-based consultant, to its nationwide network of employee benefits-only service providers.
Illinois workers compensation medical fee schedule rates are set to increase 1.7% next year, the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission said.
Courts rule that Illinois employers can't require workers to provide notice prior to seeking medical treatment for workplace injuries.