- Ex-CEO sentenced, fined for role in fatal mine explosion
Former Massey Energy Co. CEO Don Blankenship was sentenced Wednesday to a year in federal prison and ordered to pay a $250,000 fine.
- MetLife defends SIFI designation challenge
MetLife Inc. was not trying to weaken the Financial Stability Oversight Council through its legal challenge of being designated a SIFI, the insurer said Wednesday.
- Insured losses in March storms estimated at $2 billion: Aon Benfield
March came in like a lion as U.S. storm and flood damage resulted in an estimated $2 billion in insured losses, with half of the total in Texas, Aon Benfield said Wednesday.
- E.U. wine spat bathes streets in red
Risk managers might need to add another item to their supply chain risk registers: Irate French winemakers.
- Dealerships owner sues VW over diesel emissions scandal
(Reuters) — The owner of three U.S. Volkswagen dealerships filed a lawsuit against the German automaker on Wednesday.
- Gain in funding of large-employer pension plans limited by interest rate drop
Aided by a rise in the equity markets, the funded status of pension plans sponsored by large employers rose slightly in March, Mercer L.L.C. said Wednesday.
- Ex-UnitedHealth team to lead startup health insurer
Former UnitedHealthcare CEO Bob Sheehy is heading new health insurance startup Bright Health Inc.
- Fixes for multiemployer pension plan woes rest on congressional action
Lawmakers are fine-tuning legislation to authorize a new multiemployer pension plan design based on recommendations from a national group.
- Platform consolidates safety information online
Atlas General Insurance Services L.L.C. said on Wednesday that it has launched online workplace safety and risk management platform, GoSafe.