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  • Insuring Terror

    As the federal Terrorism Risk Insurance Act nears expiration, some push for permanence. April 26, 2007

  • Hoping D&O Will CYA

    Directors and officers are seeking greater personal protection against lawsuits, even as securities fraud claims against their companies decline. April 23, 2007

  • Of Coups and Coverage

    Political turmoil is costly, unless you are fully insured. April 11, 2007

  • Earth, Wind, and Fire

    New markets are emerging to help companies cope with climate change risks. April 4, 2007

  • The Hartford's David Johnson

    The company's stock price has jumped nearly 50 percent since 2001 — an increase attributable, in some part, to its CFO's good sense and financial rigor. February 1, 2007

  • Best of 2006: Risks and Benefits

    Toxic detritus and terrorism continued to haunt finance chiefs this year, while the new pension law provided relief on the employee benefits front. December 26, 2006

  • How Risk-Shifting Affects Earnings

    Is your corporate insurance policy really insurance — or is it a loan? The answer could make a difference on your income statement. December 22, 2006

  • Should You Buy D&O ASAP?

    Rates have dropped, but recent settlements may swing the pendulum in the other direction. December 1, 2006

  • Backdating Fallout: D&O Coverage

    Will shareholder lawsuits stemming from the stock-option scandal hike D&O premiums? November 8, 2006

  • Defending Against Backdating Suits

    Lawsuits related to options backdating are on the rise, and directors and officers should consider both defense and insurance strategies as investigations turn into restatements. August 16, 2006

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