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California Burnin’ — a Warning Against One-Party Rule: Opinion
"California, folks, is America fast forward." Thus said Governor Gavin Newsom, hoarsely, amid brown smoke at the North ...
Thoma Bravo Completes Acquisition of Insurance Software Firm Majesco
Private equity firm Thoma Bravo has completed the acquisition of insurance software firm Majesco. Under the terms of an ...
Eateries Face Restrictions, Workers Return Home as England Faces Virus Resurgence
All pubs, bars, restaurants and other hospitality venues across the whole of England must start closing at 10 p.m. from ...
‘Limited Fire Safety Practices’ Worsened Deadly Alabama Marina Fire
A fire that killed eight people and did more than $500,000 damage at an Alabama marina started accidentally but was worsened ...
Rainy Beta Lands on Texas Coast as Tropical Storm
Slow-moving Tropical Storm Beta made landfall on the Texas coast on Sept. 21 at around 10 pm near the Matagorda Peninsula, ...
P/C Mutual Insurers Improved Underwriting in 2019; Top 10 Hold 72% of Market: AM Best
Despite a highly competitive property/casualty insurance industry and pressures on operating performance, U.S. mutual ...
Banks, Insurers Await ‘Brexit Dividend’ of ‘British-Style’ Regulation
Britain will adopt tough but less bureaucratic financial rules after Brexit, starting with simpler regulation of small banks, ...
University of Washington Student Suing for Refund Because of Online Classes
A graduate student at the University of Washington filed a lawsuit demanding tuition reimbursement after the school shifted ...
California Wildfire Threatening More Than 1,000 Homes
A wildfire burning through brush and timber from the mountains to the desert northeast of Los Angeles threatened more than ...
New York Calls on Insurers to Address Climate-Related Financial Risks
New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) Superintendent Linda Lacewell today implemented several new initiatives ...
Coronavirus Safety: U.S. Behind Global Rivals in Protecting Meat Plant Workers
The U.S. government is falling behind global rivals when it comes to protecting meatpacking workers from Covid-19 infections, ...
USDA Plans $14B More in Virus Relief for Farmers
The federal government said on Sept. 18 that it will give farmers an additional $14 billion to compensate them for the difficulties they have experienced selling their crops, milk and meat because of ...