- Insurer gains partial win involving Facebook IPO dispute
An Ace Ltd. unit has won a partial victory in litigation against the Beazley Group P.L.C. over Facebook Inc.
- U.S. health care spending inches up
Health care expenditures continued to rise in 2015, fueled by expanded coverage and soaring prescription drug costs, data shows.
- Allianz sees cyber premiums as fire insurance of 21st century
(Reuters) — The growing threat of hacking and a duty to protect data more stringently will accelerate demand for cyber insurance in Europe, insurer Allianz S.E.
- China likely hacked U.S. banking regulator
(Reuters) — The Chinese government likely hacked computers at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in 2010, 2011 and 2013 and employees at the U.S. banking regulator covered up the intrusions, according to a congressional report on Wednesday.
- Endorsement mitigates product recall costs
Ironshore Specialty Casualty said Wednesday that it will offer third party product recall cost endorsement, an enhancement to its primary general liability coverage form.
- Employment-based health coverage remains steady
Contrary to early predictions, the percentage of employees with health care coverage remained steady after the ACA took effect.
- Insurance Information Institute CEO tapped from Zurich
Sean Kevelighan has been named president and CEO of the New York-based Insurance Information Institute effective Aug. 8, the institute announced Wednesday.
- OSHA seen enforcing electronic recordkeeping rule despite lawsuit
A legal battle over the U.S.
- Changes being made to SEC's in-house trials
(Reuters) — The top U.S. securities regulator on Wednesday will try to answer complaints it stacks the deck against defendants at in-house trials by approving its first major revisions to the administrative proceedings in two decades.