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Articles from Best's Review (March 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
A home run. Chordas, Lori Brief article 175
A new commitment: insurers can cut operational costs with green computing. Goch, Lynna 1841
A.M. Best's stock indexes. Statistical table 398
Accustomed cycles: reinsurers feel the soft-market squeeze. Jones, Marc 1322
Aegon. Brief article 80
Agents are customers, too: insurers should provide their field forces with the same top-notch service as their policy holders. Callahan, Steve Survey 2078
Amalgamated Life Insurance Co. Brief article 90
Backs to the wind: for prudent insurers, climate change means greater risks and bigger opportunities. Packard, Stephen 2169
Batchelor to head operations in Europe, Africa and Middle East. Pilla, David Brief article 241
Berkshire Hathaway buys 3% stake, 20% of P/C exposure from Swiss Re. Jones, Marc 468
Big results possible with small agencies. Ewing, Lance 560
Brokers form group with ACORD. Brief article 175
Building business: agents and brokers have a role in making the government more energy efficient. Sandridge, Homer 527
California health reforms may come in pieces. Carr, Sean P. Brief article 230
Captive domiciles. 2050
Captive Resources LLC. Brief article 88
Captives in paradise: regulators in the Aloha State are touting Hawaii's ultimate destination package: insurance haven. Cavanaugh, Bonnie Brewer 1809
CEO and president still all in the family at Lititz Mutual. Hemenway, Chad Brief article 196
Chart topper. Chordas, Lori Brief article 271
China staggered by costly winter storms. Jones, Marc Brief article 266
Clear skies: the dawn of carbon credit trading is opening the door for new insurance and capital products. Green, Meg 1494
Conviction not required: a felonious act, even where the insured has not been charged, may still be considered a felony for insurance purposes. Darras, Frank N. 561
Corrections. Correction notice 85
Credit default swaps discussed. Lehmann, R.J. Brief article 250
Duel in the sun. Hemenway, Chad Calendar 327
Flagstone Re Holdings. Brief article 99
Former U.K. Prime Minister to advise Zurich on climate change. O'Connor, Robert Brief article 275
Gearing up for cleantech. Bennett, Jonathan 570
Geico and the association of zoos and aquariums. Chordas, Lori Brief article 109
Gray hair over the estate tax. Table 112
Greening health care: a growing number of health plans are helping preserve the environment and create eco-friendly workplaces. Chordas, Lori 2854
Guardian adds to lifetime rider. Brief article 96
Guy Carpenter & Co. Brief article 164
Hartford expands tech coverage. Brief article 126
Insurance covers collector vehicles. Brief article 92
It's all about money. Niccolai, Gregory C. Brief article 230
Killer tornadoes strike in six Southern States. Hemenway, Chad 481
Lincoln, Ameriprise beat crisis crunch. Lysiak, Fran Matso Brief article 320
Meetings. Calendar 172
Motivating the middle market: life insurers large and small have begun to crack the code on how to reach middle-income customers. Panko, Ron 2352
New USGS seismic hazard maps could affect industry. Hemenway, Chad Brief article 240
No-lapse feature in survivorship UL. Brief article 95
Quant loves data: Enterprise Risk Management works best when insurers look for information in all the right places. Strobel, Dale 517
Rating actions. Statistical table 1023
Report shows withdrawal benefits value. Brief article 161
Rethinking portable group life benefits: insurers should be cautious about requests for higher benefit amounts and waived age-reduction schedules. Ghilardi, John; Muncil, Carol 521
Saving their energy: large insurers have found energy conservation to be good for business. Panko, Ron 2291
Senator forecasts cloudy outlook for national cat fund. Lehmann, R.J. Brief article 184
Sizable losses reduce profits. Fry, Kate 104
Stable for now: the upcoming presidential election will bring some changes in the next few years, but 2008 should be quiet for medicare. Chordas, Lori 2531
Staying for a little while longer: Dutch insurers step in to help spare the life of a historic tree. Chordas, Lori 681
Swiss Re. Brief article 126
The green agent: transforming your agency into a clean, green insurance machine can help save the planet and grow your bottom line. Cavanaugh, Bonnie Brewer 710
The green issue. Goch, Lynna Editorial 307
The green wave: insurers are rolling out new products that tap into the growing--and potentially profitable--environmental movement. Green, Meg 3660
Think inside the distribution box: insurers are struggling to find their footing on a constantly changing field. MacDonald, Robert W. 511
Top of mind: Best's Review's survey reveals taxes, health care and retirement are key issues for the industry in this year's presidential election. Lehmann, R.J. 1684
Trusting research and capital, new broker targets Hispanics. Ackermann, Alyn Brief article 259
U.S. tort costs down. Brief article 217
Unnatural disaster: insurers are taking climate solutions seriously, but so far it's a lonely job. Gorski, Dennis 1535
Wellington Plc. Brief article 84
Wellpoint Inc. Brief article 109
Why going green matters: an environmental expert says insurers see business opportunities in the environmental market and intolerable losses if climate change is ignored. Goch, Lynna 569
Willis Group Holdings Ltd. Brief article 89
XL Capital Ltd. Brief article 124

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