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Articles from Risk Management (January 1, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
Accountability abroad: a new focus by international prosecutors aims to hold more companies and executives responsible for human rights violations in the developing world. Hodge, Neil 1916
Donald Trump: Tweeter in chief. O'Rourke, Morgan 603
Electric cars required to make some noise. Brief article 166
Ensuring safer seafood. Brief article 107
Insurance when the internet goes down. Gerking, Tyler C.; Smith, David B. 1170
Managing overlooked talent risks. Pearce, Gary 1741
Marijuana in the workplace. McDonald, Caroline Brief article 160
Preparing for new pay equity requirements. Caminiti, Kathleen McLeod; Wieselthier, Sarah 867
Ransomware adds up. Brief article 112
Reporting the costs of Climate change. Brief article 157
Stady supply: Low prices and abundant capacity define the 2017 P/C insurance market: risk managers can look forward to yet another year of competitive pricing among insurers, creating a favorable market with declining premium rates, as an abundant supply of capacity favors buyers. But while most lines have remained flat or are decreasing, cyber and auto continue to see increases. McDonald, Caroline 1842
Terrorism legislation increases potential corporate liability. 374
The 2017 cyberrisk landscape. Tuttle, Hilary 1625
The costliest disasters of 2016. Brief article 111
The legal risk of risk registers. Randall, Karen Painter; Kroll, Steven A. 1302
The wage gap in the Boardroom. Tuttle, Hilary Brief article 207
Wells Fargo scandal spreads to insurance. Brief article 114

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