Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
IBM is combining two of its weather forecasting resources to create a single combined forecasting model that executives say will be more accurate than what came before.
Maternal infections with Zika virus during the third trimester don’t appear to be linked to structural abnormalities in babies.
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego rocked and rattled a six-story steel frame building on a giant shake table Wednesday to see how the structure would withstand major earthquakes.
A new report from the National Institute of Justice explores why homicides rose so sharply in 2015 across 56 U.S. cities.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
AIG said in January it planned to cut $1.6 billion of costs and return at least $25 billion to shareholders over the next two years.
The Paulson reinsurance operation “had no employees, they wrote very little business and they had a big amount of capital sitting offshore.”
Swiss Re forecasts that a likely one-in-200-year loss scenario would feature extensive flooding covering multiple western Canadian provinces.
The full impact of the storms that battered the east coast almost two weeks ago is becoming apparent for insurers.