• The Long Walk Home

    The Big One will be much worse than you can imagine. It could depopulate California and send the U.S. economy into a tailspin.

    Los Angeles attorney Robert Wallan keeps a good pair of walking shoes in his office closet. They’re for earthquakes—for the long commute home he hopes he never has to make.

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  • Behind the Shift in Pricing

    Data analytics is causing historic changes in the marketplace.

    As insurers engage in the autumnal policy renewal season, next year’s property-casualty insurance market conditions clearly look to be an extension of current conditions, in a word—stable. 

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  • Rise to the Top and Back Again

    Whether it’s a dysfunctional mess or the need to grow the business, Christine LaSala has been called upon to shake it all up and make things happen.

    When he became CEO of Willis almost three years ago, Dominic Casserley, a McKinsey & Co. veteran, made expanding the company’s North American footprint in the large-corporate segment a priority. 

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  • Through a Glass Darkly

    How your clients view you isn’t necessarily how you view yourself. Which begs the question: is your customer contact working? Or do you just think it is?

    You would think it’s common sense. You take care of your customers, they take care of you. What’s not always so simple is figuring out how to take care of your customer.

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    Tailor Made

    XL Catlin’s London connection enables it to customize all sizes of specialty lines.

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    Southern Exposure

    As Latin America explores more solar energy options, Aspen rolls out its renewables welcome mat.

  • EdgeWorthy

    Business Unplugged

    Give yourself the gift of stepping away.

  • Leadership

    Let’s Talk Dirty

    The dirty little secret great business leaders already know.