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Articles from Risk Management (July 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
5 worst insured natural catastrophes of 2012. Statistical table 145
Brazil's carnival of cargo theft. Queiroz, Acacio 968
Chopped chef: celebrity chefs have become big business. Not having adequate disability insurance for them can be a recipe for disaster. Tafaro, Edward A. "Ted"; Zuccarello, Frank Cover story 1500
Cloud security. Holbrook, Emily Interview 1047
Disaster unpreparedness. O'Rourke, Morgan 210
Here, there and everywhere: CICA President Dennis P. Harwick discusses trends in the captive insurance market. O'Rourke, Morgan Interview 1807
If it's too loud, you're too old. O'Rourke, Morgan Viewpoint essay 750
In companies we trust. Holbrook, Emily 204
In the Shadow of the Dragon: The Global Expansion of Chinese Companies--and How It Will Change Business Forever. O'Rourke, Morgan 363
Latin America's corruption fight. Lehtman, Jeffrey A.; Macdonald, Morgan G. 674
Measuring marriage. Holbrook, Emily 207
Preparing for the payment processing switch. Whalen, Elizabeth 728
Sarbanes-Oxley's approval rating on the rise. Wade, Jared 441
Small Message, Big Impact: The Elevator Speech Effect. Holbrook, Emily Book review 338
The new normal: P/C insurance finds its balance. Treanor, Christopher M. 2557
The rebirth of risk management. Ludwig, Sven 838
Transition of power: the major risks ahead as natural gas power plants increasingly replace traditional coal plants. Wade, Jared 1295
Using technology to improve captive management. Doyle, Kevin 615
Wasted energy: why risk management efforts in the oil and gas industry have stalled and why that needs to change. Stittleburg, Jay 1292
What does the NRRA mean for captives? Gold, Joshua; Gilinsky, Marshall 736
What's in a name? Holbrook, Emily 337

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