By Michael G. Malloy
The boom in both commercial and recreational drone use in recent years has raised questions regarding how insurers treat the rapidly growing technology.
By Jason Sears
I am fully aware of the irony of writing an article about work-life balance when I have three children under the age of 4.
By Jeff Reeves
It’s a common trope in old cartoons and TV sitcoms: a hapless meteorologist making wild guesses, much to the consternation of picnickers and sunbathers everywhere.
By Matthew Powell
William of Ockham said that preference should be given to explanations with fewer elements.
By Srivathsan Karanai Margan
The insurance industry has traditionally revolved around a company-centered business model in which products and intermediaries had a bigger role.
By Kurt J. Wrobel
We truly live in the information age. We have access to much more information than at any other time in human history—whether it takes the form of videos, pictures, emails, text, or just raw data.
By Shiraz Jetha
Causes of prolonged periods of high unemployment can range from economic mismanagement—such as over-expansion of money supply—to broad-based underlying structural changes.