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“Digital divide” forces employers to rethink communication with staff – Gallagher
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Companies must adapt if they hope to keep employees engaged

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Fatal Crash in Florida Keys Cuts Power, Shuts Down 3 Schools
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A fatal car crash in the Florida Keys on Tuesday morning caused traffic delays and caused officials to close three schools. The crash, which happened around 5:30 a.m. in Key Largo, also knocked down some power lines, the Monroe County …

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Bill to Limit COVID-19 Lawsuits Approved in Missouri Senate
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Missouri senators have passed a bill to shield hospitals, manufacturers and other businesses from lawsuits over alleged wrongdoing during the pandemic. The GOP-led Senate voted 20-13 in favor of the bill, which now goes to the Republican-led state House. Republican …

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Truck/Train Collision in Texas Results Large Explosion, Fire
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A tractor-trailer and a freight train collided Tuesday morning in central Texas, causing a large explosion and fire, authorities said. There were no immediate reports of injuries after the collision in Cameron, about 130 miles (210 kilometers) south of Dallas. …

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Willis Towers Watson, Liberty Specialty Markets Launch Reputational Crisis Coverage
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Willis Towers Watson and Liberty Specialty Markets have partnered to offer reputational crisis insurance that enables organizations to transfer the financial risk associated with certain types of reputational crises and provides access to non-insurance capabilities, including AI-powered data analysis. The …

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Allstate deploys claim centers to support winter storm-impacted Texas communities
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Insurer to also match recovery efforts

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CRC Group taps chief programs officer
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Executive has served in London and the US

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Italy’s Top Insurer Generali to Invest €3.5B in COVID-Hit European Countries
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MILAN – Italy’s top insurer Generali said on Wednesday it launched a 3.5 billion euro ($4.26 billion) investment plan over five years to support the recovery of European countries hit by COVID-19. The plan, dubbed Fenice 190 to celebrate the …

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Plans to Reform UK Insurance Capital Rules Not Part of ‘Deregulatory Agenda’: Minister
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Britain’s plans to change capital requirement rules for insurers following its departure from the European Union are about tailoring them to local conditions rather than any “gratuitous deregulatory agenda,” its financial services minister said. Britain inherited the Solvency II insurance …

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