Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Office building windows shatter, trains derail and cars plunge from buckling bridges. It all happens at 4:35 p.m. on a day dubbed “Tokyo’s X Day.”
Over the next 50 years, people living at low altitudes in developing countries, particularly those in coastal Asia, will suffer the most from extreme weather patterns.
A conspiracy-oriented web site claimed that that Earth’s magnetosphere “COLLAPSED” for two hours, but NASA confirmed the incident was a software glitch — and that such fluctuations aren’t doomsday events.
The World Meteorological Organization on Monday retired the three names from its rotating list used for hurricanes and tropical storms in light of the death and destruction the storms caused last year.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The deal reunites AIG with Brian Duperreault, a former executive at the New York-based company.
“You must not assume that in 2016 we will once again beat our full-year target.”
The insurer’s net investment declines while costs rise.
The prolonged battle between Scott and Atwater affects one of the most important non-elected positions in state government.
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