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Employers taking action to avoid ACA excise tax

Published October 16, 2014 CST

Forty percent of employers say they expect at least one of their health care plans to be affected by a health care reform law-authorized excise tax — unless they act — with many already taking steps to reduce the likelihood that they will be hit by the tax.

Hartford offers commercial auto discounts to encourage driver safety

Published October 15, 2014 CST

Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. has added premium discounts and other rewards to its commercial auto policy to encourage driver safety among small and midsize businesses.

Travelers sues P.F. Chang's to avoid paying breach costs

Published October 13, 2014 CST

A Travelers Cos. unit has filed suit against P.F. Chang's China Bistro Inc. seeking a judicial declaration that it is not obligated to provide indemnity coverage or defense costs in connection with a data breach announced earlier this year.

Ironshore expanding into agriculture sector

Published October 20, 2014 CST

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.

Workers' compensation rates drop again in Michigan

Published October 15, 2014 CST

Businesses in Michigan are continuing to see savings in their workers compensation rates and have saved more than $277 million since 2011, a fact the state now touts to companies interested in coming to Michigan.

Colorado's September hailstorm insured damage estimated at $213.3M

Published October 13, 2014 CST

A Sept. 29 hailstorm that pounded parts of Colorado's Front Range has been ranked as the state's 8th most expensive hailstorm on record, racking up an estimated $213.3 million in insured losses.

Mid-market companies must plan and strategize before managing risks abroad

Published September 14, 2014 CST

A midsize company must set its international strategy and mine its resources before deciding how to manage its risks when expanding abroad.