- Senate Democrats ask DOJ to block health insurer mergers
A group of Senate Democrats on Wednesday urged the Justice Department to block the proposed Aetna-Humana and Anthem-Cigna mergers, which would shrink the number of national health insurers to three from five.
- Michigan sues 2 companies over Flint water crisis
(Reuters) — French water company Veolia and a Texas firm are being sued for “botching” their roles in Flint’s drinking water crisis.
- Interim CEO wins the job at Crawford
Crawford & Co. on Wednesday named Harsha V. Agadi as president and CEO of the claims management company.
- Lloyd's opens Colombian office
Lloyd’s of London has opened an office in Bogota, Colombia.
- Jimmy John's to drop noncompete agreements
(Reuters) — Jimmy John’s Enterprises L.L.C. will not enforce agreements that barred employees from working at other sandwich shops.
- Grocery chain cited after conveyor belt injury
A New York supermarket chain is facing $140,000 in proposed fines from federal safety and health regulators after an employee cleaning a machine sustained broken bones in her hand and arm.
- European risk management group expands global vision
The Federation of European Risk Management Associations Wednesday announced a new strategic vision and mission statement.
- Marsh introduces excess capacity facility
Marsh L.L.C. has launched an excess facility for all classes of management liability insurance.
- Contractor cited after worker plummets from scaffolding
A New Jersey company is facing $57,000 in fines after an employee dies.