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Articles from Best's Review (October 1, 2007)

1-63 out of 63 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Difference in conditions' cover. Panko, Ron 85
'Heroes' for babies. Chordas, Lori 201
A careful plan: U.S. insurers appear to invest prudently. Major, Richard 3958
A comeback for life insurance: in the future, the industry will look very different, but will be vibrant and growing. Stein, Robert 556
A delicate balance: how capital asset pricing models can improve insurance portfolios. Kneuer, Paul J. 1947
A sports trailblazer (sort of): Cary Schneider, an inventor of Rotisserie League Baseball, is honored in Cooperstown. Kind of. Panko, Ron 625
A.M. Best hosts Ad Summit. Chordas, Lori 88
A.M. best's stock indexes: four weeks ended September 13, 2007 (Dec. 31, 2004 = 1,000.00). 473
ACORD. Chordas, Lori 84
AIA report: many more miles, many fewer fatalities. 300
Aon Corp. has named Michael O'Halleran executive chairman and Ted Devine chief executive officer. 136
Banking on 'cyber liability' coverage: give customers the online access they want as well as the protection they need. Kunkel, Thomas M. 544
Born to be wild: motorcyclists' age and affluence are trending upward--so are accidents. Grier, Chris 644
Cash flow: industry favors GOP candidates, but several Democrats also receive donations. Grier, Chris 637
Catch a digital wave: technology can transform relationships between financial advisers and their Web-savvy clients. Macchia, David 2281
Cigna HealthCare. Chordas, Lori 84
CNA executive named president of Calif. Compensation Fund. Dankwa, David 254
Components of increased retirement risk aged group 51-61, from 1992 to 2004. Panko, Ron 91
Curbing distractions: auto insurers are helping teens become safer drivers. Cavanaugh, Bonnie Brewer 2566
Employers' health costs still zooming, just not as quickly. Lehmann, R.J. 498
Endurance Specialty Holdings LTD. 91
For the record: Safeco's chief discusses the company's new appetite for business. Green, Meg Interview 1848
Getting the numbers right: investors and regulators now can estimate the impact of future reserve variability on insurers' earnings. Khury, C.K. Stan; Bryan, Charles A. 3739
Happy motoring. Goch, Lynna 356
In the blink of an eye: employee demand for vision insurance keeps rising as many companies switch to voluntary coverage. Chordas, Lori 2459
Insuring a passion: insurers and agents, like McKeel Hagerty, say '60s and '70s muscle cars are fueling sales. Green, Meg Cover story 16782
Investment concerns. Fry, Kate 128
Jackson enhances UL product line. Panko, Ron 86
Just one number? Then you're wrong! Efforts to find one perfect number to measure risk are just plain silly. Panning, William H. 505
Katrina's cost was runner-up. Gorski, Dennis 317
Life is good for Canadian insurers. 201
Life policy comes with flexibility. Panko, Ron 94
Lig Marine Managers. 83
Lockton Inc. 106
London, Lloyd's strong, less volatile. Jones, Marc 269
Many U.S. companies risk liability with retirement plans. Green, Meg 85
Meetings. Calendar 161
Munich re launches special risks unit. O'Connor, Robert 154
New York Life again no. 1 in 'million Dollar Round Table'. Lysiak, Fran Matso 312
New York regulators launch elder protection unit. Lysiak, Fran Matso 156
Old Mutual recently launched. Chordas, Lori 97
Pet insurer launches life cover favoring vegetarians. O'Connor, Robert 339
Pricey 'virtual' music collections sound off-key to U.S. insurers. 578
Prudential Financial Inc. 103
Quacking cards. Chordas, Lori 162
Quote/unquote. 224
Rating actions. 1309
Reinsurance cycle enters 'critical time'. Pilla, David 526
Rules of the road: predictive modeling can help commercial insurers set premiums. Walling, Robert J. 1922
Sievert pursues degree in ministry. Lysiak, Fran Matso 577
Subprime mess may spill to D&O market. Green, Meg 758
Taking shape: having heard from a cavalcade of interested parties, NAIC readies a principles-based model law to create a new regulatory framework life and health insurers. Panko, Ron 880
Technology resources. Directory 462
The Katrina factor: 2005's monster hurricane continues to resonate in this year's elections. Grier, Chris 621
The missing links: it's always been a challenge, but recruiting young people has become urgent for independent agencies. Panko, Ron 2157
The Pak-Qatar Takaful Group said its family and general insurance divisions, Pak-Qatar Family Takaful Ltd. and Pak-Qatar General Takaful Ltd., received operating licenses to do business in Pakistan. 82
Theme park confidential: a family vacation to Orlando unlocks marketing insights straight from the varsity playbook. Egan, Michael P. 574
U.K. insurers establish climate-change committee. O'Connor, Robert 274
W.R. Berkley Corp. has named Robert W. Standen as president of two of its workers' compensation insurance providers. 80
Welcome to STP: straight-through processing has made its way into insurance, and carriers are reaping the rewards. Del Santo, John 513
Wharton study lifts annuities. Panko, Ron 156
What women want: savvy employers know a rich benefits package can help attract and retain a key demographic: midcareer women. Morris, Maria 534
What's love got to do with it? A lawsuit explores 'alienation of affection' and intentional damages. Rutkin, Alan S. 509

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