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Articles from Risk Management (November 1, 2006)

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All the pieces matter: the state of the workers comp market. Hockman, Bruce; Conger, Bob 1873
Auditing your mature captive. Riggin, Donald J. 663
Being a director harder than it used to be. Brief article 197
Boiling frogs. Coffin, Bill Column 850
Datebook. 592
Dispute resolution. Brief article 228
Eastern Europe at risk. Brief article 145
Federal agents, including those from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, seized 135,000 pairs of fake Nike Air Jordan shoes, with a retail value of $16 million, from a smuggling ring outside Arizona. Brief article 112
Hunting for leaks. Brief article 197
Is the role of traditional insurance shrinking? Jablonowski, Mark 2695
Lincoln's final journey. Bugalla, John Obituary 711
Minnesota risk management. Eichler, Mark 717
Modeling terrorists. 337
Myths & realities of workers compensation cost containment. Shafer, Rebecca 2326
New Rules for electronic discovery. Boehning, H. Christopher; Twiste, Eric 663
Reducing the risk of whistleblower complaints. Schreiber, Mark E.; Marshall, David R. 2036
Responding to growing concerns about identity theft, the southeastern Pennsylvania community bank Leesport Financial Corp. is installing secure ShredStation boxes at its branches where consumers can dispose of sensitive papers that they would like to have destroyed. Brief article 86
Sounding off. 293
Stealing time. Atkinson, William 2369
The Missouri overhaul. Banahan, Michael; Hinson, Robert 699
Truckers on the lookout. Brief article 194
Trying to find a balance: choosing the proper retention: one of the first steps in any risk management process is defining the organization's risks. Next, these must be analyzed to determine the impact they could have and the likelihood that they will occur. Then comes the hard part: figuring out what to do next. Wade, Roger C.; Wade, Marilyn B. 2441
University of Michigan researchers estimate that backdating stock options between 2000 and 2004 could increase executive pay by as much as $600,000 or 1.25%, but recent scandals involving the practice have cost firms about 8% of their value on average or $500 million each. Brief article 97
University of Pittsburgh, West Virginia University and Johns Hopkins University researchers have discovered that exposure to certain industrial chemicals used to degrease locomotives causes the bridge of tissue between the two hemispheres of the brain to shrink. Brief article 96

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