- Aon exec moves to Marsh as U.S. construction leader
Former Aon P.L.C. executive David Marino has been appointed U.S. construction leader at Marsh L.L.C.
- OSHA cites plastics maker after new employee loses fingers
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is citing a plastic manufacturer after a 21-year-old worker was severely burned and lost several fingers on his first day on the job.
- Agents and brokers group urges membership to new federal industry board
A group representing wholesale insurance agents and brokers is urging the director of the Federal Insurance Office to appoint members to the board of the National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers immediately.
- DOL moving forward on retirement investment advice fiduciary rule
Labor Department officials are determined to produce a new standard of fiduciary duty for anyone giving retirement investment advice, once they process concerns raised in thousands of comment letters and four days of hearings on their proposal.
- Errant dinner roll lands kitschy cafe in court
A popular restaurant has learned that playing with food can get you sued.
- Initial insurance losses from Tianjin blasts could reach $1.5 billion
(Reuters) — Two explosions in the Chinese port of Tianjin that killed more than 100 people last week could generate total insurance losses of $1 billion to $1.
- Risk managers urged to play more offense against strategic exposures
Risk managers should consider taking a more assertive stance in addressing emerging strategic risks, a Deloitte Center for Financial Services report advises.
- 'Cadillac' tax repeal gains momentum
Momentum is building in Washington to repeal the Affordable Care Act’s tax on high-cost employer health plans — a move that would undo policymakers’ previous goal of restructuring a tax exclusion that insulates all employees from experiencing most…
- China explosions likely to cost insurers more than $1.5 billion
The recent twin explosions in the port of Tianjin, China, are likely to cost insurers more than $1.5 billion in claims, reports Business Standard citing the Press Trust of India.