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Protecting Golfers Against…Great Luck

Sinking the ball into the cup on your first swing is a memorable moment for...

Sinking the ball into the cup on your first swing is a memorable moment for a pro and the story of a lifetime for an amateur, with the odds being about 1 in 12,500 according...
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Prices Up Again in Q2 But Market Hardening May Be Moderating

There weren’t any great surprises in the second quarter,” said The Council of Insurance Agents...

“There weren’t any great surprises in the second quarter,” said The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers President/CEO Ken A. Crerar. “Prices inched up, underwriting tightened and insurers looked to reduce exposure in some critical...
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Flood Losses Dominate First-Half Nat Cat Losses

According to an article by the Insurance Information Institute, flood events in Europe, Canada and...

Munich Re stated that inland floods in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic in May/June this year had cost insurers an estimated $3.9 billion so far, while total economic losses will be more than $16...
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How Insurance Companies Can Become Good Corporate Citizens

Living in an age of online customer reviews, newsfeed discussion groups, and internet forums dedicated...

Increasing the transparency of business practices and demonstrating positive social and environmental impacts are the two most effective actions companies can take to improve public trust in the private sector, according to the “State of...
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