- Chief justice calls U.S. patent challenge process bizarre
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- Helping employees repay college costs boosts Cigna results
Cigna Corp. says helping employees pay their college tuition can significantly boost a company’s bottom line.
- Mesothelioma victim's family wins asbestos award
A federal jury awarded $17 million to the surviving spouse and children of a worker who died of mesothelioma caused by asbestos exposure.
- Ryan Specialty hires former AIG specialty marine execs
Ryan Specialty Group L.L.C., Chicago, on Monday said it has hired two marine specialists from American International Group Inc. to lead its new specialty marine underwriting manager, Safe Waters.
- Chubb expands environmental insurance coverage
Chubb Ltd. on Monday said it has increased its environmental products distribution network to 48 branch offices from nine.
- Lawsuit claims workers comp insurers hacked into injured workers' files
A California worker alleges Berkshire Hathaway and others hired private investigators to access workers comp claim information.
- Coalition seeks prescription to cure rising drug prices
A coalition of health care providers, employers, health insurers and consumer groups on Monday proposed several policy changes aimed at tackling the rising cost of prescription drugs.
- Bangladesh Bank hackers compromised industry software, warning issued
Attackers who stole $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank probably hacked into software from a financial platform at the heart of the global financial system.
- London Market Group names new chair
Nicolas Aubert on Monday succeeded Steve Hearn as chair of the London Market Group.