- Wal-Mart sues insurers over Tracy Morgan crash settlement payments
Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
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- Potato packers fined $450,000 for sexual harassment, retaliation
Two companies that operated a joint potato packing plant in Monte Vista, Colorado, will pay $450,000 to settle a lawsuit that accused them of harassment and retaliation, said the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Wednesday.
- Helmsman president adds Liberty Mutual national casualty duties
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. has appointed Chicago-based Debbie Michel executive vice president and general manager of its National Insurance Casualty unit.
- Defunct law firm's execs found not guilty of some counts
(Reuters) — A New York jury on Wednesday found three former executives of defunct law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf not guilty of some charges but remained deadlocked on others, including the most serious charge of grand larceny.
- Axis to pull out of retail in Australia, cut 100 jobs
Pembroke, Bermuda-based Axis Capital Holdings Ltd.
- Gas utility seeks OK to fund life insurance, disability via captive
A St. Louis-based utility company has asked the U.S. Labor Department for permission to use its South Carolina captive insurer to fund life insurance and long-term disability risks.
- Retired couple needs 11% more for medical expenses
A 65-year-old couple who retires this year without employer-provided health insurance will need about $245,000 to pay future medical-related expenses, Fidelity Investments said Wednesday.
- Swiss Re establishes North America marine team
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions Ltd. said Wednesday that it has opened a New York-based office to expand its North America marine team.