by Scott KannryRecent attacks via potent malware may not be covered in cyber policies because of long-forgotten exclusions designed for the Y2K scare.
by Thomas GaySocial marketing and social selling may be all the rage -- but they don't lend themselves to insurance.
by Scott MartinThe question is, whom to vilify for the pricing crisis: the manufacturer of the drugs or the American distribution channel?
by Peter EvansSmart glasses can improve collaboration and cut costs, but moving past the “science experiment” stage is a challenge for many carriers.
by Jay FeinmanInsurance is sold on the basis of ignorance, not information. Innovators can change that dynamic -- but regulators may need to step in.
by Norman MarksThe guidelines make good points on how to manage risk but miss a key question: When should an organization seek risk?
by Bob WilsonSome estimates are that employers and carriers will shell out as much as $2 billion for past workers' comp cases alone in Florida.
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