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Glatfelter Insurance Appoints Murray as President of Claims Management Business
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Glatfelter Insurance Group (GIG), an American International Group Inc. (AIG) company, has appointed Conor Murray as president of Glatfelter Claims Management (GCM), effective February 8, 2021. He will report directly to James Partridge, chief operating officer of Glatfelter Insurance Group. …

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World Insurance Associates Acquires New Jersey’s Szerlip & Company
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World Insurance Associates LLC (WIA) acquired Szerlip & Company of Millburn, New Jersey, on January 1, 2021. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Szerlip & Co. is a third generation insurance agency founded by Herbert Szerlip in 1934. His …

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Most of Texas Deep Freeze $90 Billion in Losses Avoidable, Modeler Says
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Texas’s deep freeze and power outages last week could cost as much as $90 billion in losses, and most of it could have been avoided, according to Enki Research disaster modeler Chuck Watson. Arctic cold brought ice and sub-zero temperatures …

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Airline to Pay $3.2M After Woman Dies at Oregon Airport
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A jury has ordered Alaska Airlines to pay $3.2 million to the family of a 75-year-old disabled woman who died four months after falling down a Portland International Airport escalator. KGW reports the family of Bernice Kekona, of Spokane, Wash., …

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Federal Aviation Safety Oversight Remains Weak, Vulnerable, Says Watchdog
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The U.S. regulator that approved the flawed Boeing Co. 737 Max design has continuing weaknesses and is vulnerable to “future high-risk safety concerns,” a government watchdog report found. The Transportation Department’s Inspector General said that the Federal Aviation Administration hasn’t …

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Centre ready to resume talks but farmer unions should first respond to government proposal: Tomar
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Thousands of farmers, mainly from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh, have been camping at Delhi’s borders for about three months in protest against the three laws that they say will end state procurement of crops at MSP.

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Country will have few PSUs but with solid presence, says FM Nirmala Sitharaman
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“In the sense, even if there are one or two or three (PSUs)…it will be a public sector undertaking of a good solid presence,” Sitharaman said at a conference hosted by Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.

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Colman and Hopkins join forces in complex story of dementia in new film 'The Father'
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Democrats Eye Permanent Child Credit Expansion: Stimulus Update
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