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Articles from Best's Review (January 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
2002: insurers deal with a new crisis, old issues. (Industry Strategies). 5660
A formula for retirement. (Comment). 409
After research, Liberty Mutual rebrands its Property division. (Property/Casualty). Brief Article 202
AIR debuts new models for Asia-Pacific region. (Property/Casualty). Brief Article 247
Best's Rating Changes. (Ratings). 3751
By the numbers. (Briefing). 363
Cerulli urges reassessment for life insurance industry. (Life/Health). Brief Article 165
Changing the answers: the gap between the risk we are taking and the risk we can afford to take may have grown. (Property/Casualty). Panning, William H. 783
Common ground: negotiations on facultative reinsurance have always been time consuming and labor intensive, but technology is making the process easier. (Technology). Panko, Ron 3011
Cutting IT can be costly: reducing the budgets for information technology programs will not save companies money in the long run. (Technology). Pieroni, William N. 697
Exit Lines: Dean R. O'Hare recently stepped down as Chubb's chairman, leaving behind a legacy of global expansion and underwriting profits. (Property/Casualty). Ostermiller, Marilyn 1143
Expenses due to workplace violence now covered. (Property/Casualty). Brief Article 208
Facing the tough questions: small-business owners increasingly are asking why their premiums keep rising. (Property/Casualty). Illion, Larry 743
GE's new 'sweepstakes' campaign generates leads. (Life/Health). Brief Article 130
Getting to the root of the problem: travelers' state-of-the-art high-tech laboratory enables experts to find the causes of major losses and fraud. (Property/Casualty). Bowers, Barbara 3626
Growing concerns. (Editor's prologue). Whitney, Sally Brief Article 299
Health insurance, class actions top state regulators' agenda. (Briefing). Brief Article 273
Index to 2002 Best's Review Articles. 7111
ING completes $1 billion debt sale to U.S., Asian investors. (Companies). Brief Article 82
Inreon gains ACORD certification, will simplify transfer of data. (Technology). Brief Article 191
Insurance services come with a slurpee on the side. (Property/Casualty). Brief Article 235
Learning through losses: analyzing an account after a large claim can lead to improved underwriting, prevention of more losses and better claims handling. (Property/Casualty). Egan, Michael P. 771
Life Insurance Company of America. (People in Insurance). Brief Article 124
Managing between a rock and a hard market. (Cover Story). 1958
Marine lines enjoy strong pricing. (Briefing). Pilla, David 663
Marketers investigate ethnographic research. (Property/Casualty). Brief Article 230
Meemic shareholders' vote OKs ProAssurance merger. (Companies). Brief Article 132
Meetings. Brief Article 147
NAIC picks leaders for 2003. (Briefing). Brief Article 253
NAIC wants writers to expand privacy notice. (Briefing). Brief Article 112
NAIC's own Insurance costs rise 25%. (Briefing). Brief Article 103
No surprises: insurers should expand scenario testing to help them understand and manage the expected volatility of future earnings. (Life/Health). Gibson, Jack 665
Opting out: as more insurers leave the Medicare+Choice marketplace because of low reimbursement rates, a new option for the federal program will be pilot tested. (Life/Health). Green, Meg 2268
People to watch in 2003. (Industry Strategies). 2194
Program nails savings for roofers. (Property/Casualty). Brief Article 201
Restoring confidence: over time, consistent appropriate behavior will slowly restore investor trust in financial institutions. (Life/Health). Stein, Robert W. 724
Resuscitating credit life: banks' new debt-protection products have cut into the credit insurance market, but credit insurers are finding ways to cope. (Life/Health). Panko, Ron 2709
Survey: life insurers want to sell more on internet. (Technology). Brief Article 224
The bumpy route to independence: when insurers divest of their captive agents, custody battles and lawsuits can follow. (Industry Strategies). Bowers, Barbara 3378
The Hartford Financial Services Group. (Life/Health). Brief Article 80
The Internal Revenue Service. (Life/Health). Brief Article 92
The write impression: sloppy, murky writing can cost insurers millions in lost productivity and expose them to bad-faith lawsuits. Blake, Gary 1255
TIAA-CREF pays commissions. (Life/Health). Brief Article 120
Wedding bells ring sales: the growing cost of getting married is creating a market for wedding insurance. (Property/Casualty). Gorski, Lorraine 1915
Wellpoint to acquire Dental and Vision provider. (Companies). Brief Article 101
White Mountains Insurance Group Ltd. (People in Insurance). Brief Article 105

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