As long-simmering conflicts boil over across the globe, the road to stability presents a daunting journey.
Workers who retaliate or leak information give their employers reason to worry about massive liability and potential losses.
Extremists among us threaten our government and individual citizens.
The demand for political risk insurance grows with global unrest, but you must prepare ahead.
Global warming affects everything from shipping lanes to fine art.
Leading the way through 100 years of change, we pause briefly, then move on.
We’ve had a lot of success defending the brokerage industry over the last century, but there’s always a new challenge.
Half of all industries die every 50 years, but we’re still here—an eclectic mix still hanging tough together.
W. R. Berkley CEO and chairman talks about national parks, government polluters and a near-religious experience.
If this industry needs anything related to technology, it’s a kick in the pants.
Big shoes: We are the custodians of the American economy.
Gallagher makes strategic moves, both foreign and domestic.
Data defines wins and the runs needed to create them.
The only definition of a salesperson you’ll ever need: “one who sells.”
There’s still coverage available for you clients’ business abroad.
Classify your workers wrong for health benefits and you will pay.
Bring all your firm’s elements together to create a market-leading whole.
Global business is taking a protective stance in a world full of uncertainty.
Political risk maps pinpoint the most unstable nations around the globe.
Going naked on terrorism coverage is a good possibility.
A lone wolf extremist has the best chance of destroying lives and property.
The Edward Snowden case has revealed a surging distrust in government, according to a recent Quinnipiac poll.
There may be a more traditional whistleblower action to arise from the Edward Snowden scandal.
Boomers, Xers and Millennials constitute a continuum of contempt for their government.
Principal/Owner, Lipscomb & Pitts Insurance, Memphis, Tennessee
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Alexandra Altieri, Manager of Product Development at ISO Claims Solutions