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Articles from Best's Review (July 1, 2006)

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(Not) very supertitious. Goch, Lynna Brief article 184
2006 Federal Elections preview. Lehmann, R.J. 1499
A bigger bang: for recent Independence Day celebrations, sponsoring organizations have been requiring pyrotechnics companies to carry higher limits of insurance coverage. Chordas, Lori 533
A younger crowd: thirty- and 40-year olds are the new potential customers for long-term-care insurance. Anderson, Lenny 1683
Admitted assets, top life writers, United States--2005 *. Statistical table 2202
Alaska becomes the decisive state for interstate compact. Lehmann, R.J. 330
Allstate Corp. ran a one-of-a-kind ad. Goch, Lynna Brief article 108
Allstate nonrenewing earthquake in most states. Brief article 148
Allstate survey: Sioux Falls has safest drivers. 389
Aspen's head of reinsurance looks to strengthen business. Amato, Keith Brief article 206
Best's insurance stock indices. Table 250
Best's rating changes. Company rankings 1964
Brokers by the numbers. Whitney, Sally Editorial 379
Conseco launches cancer product. Panko, Ron Brief article 82
Equine insurance industry ailing from capacity crunch. Dankwa, David Brief article 272
Fixing the leaks in the NFIP: Best's Review survey shows that insurance professionals across the industry want to shore up the national flood program. Cavanaugh, Bonnie Brewer Survey 1760
From the ground up: three insurers share the importance of project management and the critical steps they took to complete their technology-driven projects successfully. Chordas, Lori 2176
Getting personal: recent high-profile corporate scandals sprouted a new trend--attorneys targeting directors' assets. Margulis, Andrew L. 1618
Hard-learned lessons: the benefits that models and data provide insurers have inherent limits. Panning, William H. 706
Health care in paradise: Hawaii is the only U.S. state to require employers to offer health insurance to their employees. The mandate has proven to be both a blessing and a curse. Green, Meg 2684
High tech, high risk? Property/casualty insurers look at emerging technologies not for their typical uses, but for hidden abuses--and potential exposures. Coyne, Frank J. 657
High water mark: insurers are scrutinizing the National Flood Insurance Program after the worst flooding in decades. Cavanaugh, Bonnie Brewer 3317
Hull & Company acquires Excess and Surplus Lines. Brief article 96
Inside the box: 'The Room' at Lloyd's moves to a timeless rhythm. O'Connor, Robert 2582
Insurers gaining enterprise-risk savvy. Brief article 282
It means what it says: not all lawsuits for unsolicited faxes are covered by insurance. Rutkin, Alan S. 761
Lincoln Financial Group. Panko, Ron Brief article 91
Lloyd's policy illegal in New York State. Brief article 111
MassMutual offers podcasts to agents. Goch, Lynna Brief article 85
Medical coverage for prisoners. Panko, Ron Brief article 97
Meetings. Calendar 142
MetLife launches Roth 403(b) plan. Panko, Ron Brief article 141
Milberg Weiss insists its practice unfazed by indictment. Dankwa, David Brief article 225
More risk, more reward: the catastrophe bond business is booming this year, as insurers and reinsurers securitize greater amounts of risk at lower layers. Green, Meg 2401
Net premiums written, top property/casualty writers, United States--2005 *. Statistical table 2123
New approaches: life insurers wrestle with distribution issues every day. Some have taken special steps to promote better education about retirement income. 695
On call: insurers are making some big--and enticing--changes to disability insurance for physicians, but there's still an untapped market in need of the coverage. Chordas, Lori 2843
Quote/unquote. 219
Rising Starr: C.V. Starr & Co. Inc. agencies vow to succeed without the help of--and in competition with--AIG. Dankwa, David 2812
Secrets to successful commercial segmentation: commercial insurers are beginning to develop customized predictive risk models, operationalize the models and harvest the business benefits. Zizzamia, Frank Statistical data 1916
Smart money: wise health-care companies are investing in technology to use their medical and biological information better. Rosha, Rahul 791
Sneaky Taxes: auto insurance and credit scoring provide a useful economics lesson that pits the majority against the minority. Andrews, Marcellus 746
Striving for simplicity: 'industrialized' strategies reduce costs and accelerate growth. Del Santo, John 698
Swiss Re Group acquires GE Insurance Solutions. Brief article 145
Technology sector still presents tough risks for D&O carriers. Chordas, Lori 521
The allure of securitization: securitizations are a hot new trend as life insurers seek access to cheaper and more reliable sources of capital. Stein, Robert W. 793
The great spend down: how well life insurers sell retirement-income products will depend on how their producers adjust to new realities. Panko, Ron 1696
Thinking the unthinkable: how 'mega-cats' may bruise insurers. 524
Top global insurance brokers. Company rankings 4308
U.S. P/C industry boasts profits despite cat losses. Statistical table 530
Willis Re using partnership to offer hurricane forecasts. Brief article 113

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