Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Experts said the earthquake occurred as multiple faults moved in conjunction with each other, and warned that earthquakes will continue over a wide area.
The fact that the quake’s focus was located relatively near the surface indicated that it was caused by the active faults.
The large majority of the world’s earthquakes — about 90% — occur in the Ring of Fire.
Pioneering meteorologist William Gray, who devised seasonal forecasting for hurricane activity, died earlier today surrounded by his family in Fort Collins, Colorado. He was 86.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Companies survey damage and the potential effects on production from supply-chain disruptions.
The government said it would draw on $600 million in emergency funding from multilateral banks to rebuild.
A list of key companies affected by the Kyushu earthquakes and the status of their facilities.
Regulation and low interest rates force large companies to look elsewhere for profit
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