By Glenn Meyers
Since its introduction last October, the word game Wordle has gone viral. On November 1 of last year, it had 90 players. By the end of December, it had over 300,000 users.
By Glenn Meyers
By Srivathsan Karanai Margan
Opportunities abound in this burgeoning space—but so do pitfalls
By Robert Eaton
There’s a mismatch of sorts between the demand for, and provision of, long-term care insurance (LTC, LTCI).
Letters submitted to Contingencies regarding the May/June 2022 issue.
By Eric P. Harding
It’s mid-June as I write this editor’s note, and school has just let out for my two youngsters.
By Maryellen Coggins
As readers of Editor-in-Chief Eric Harding’s “Inside Track” now know, this issue’s features all deal with technological change—a fitting dovetail with my overarching theme of renewal.
By Godfrey Perrott
Conflicts of interest are one of the challenges that professionals face quite often, and they are difficult to address.
By Carlos Fuentes
“The Strategic Role of Ownership Structure for Insurance Companies” published in the March/April 2022 issue of Contingencies states that sometimes, for a variety of reasons, mutual insurance companies (“mutuals”) convert to stock insurance companies (“stocks”).
By Warren Manners
By Tom Toce
Sixteen of the entries don’t fit into the diagram. Some have a leading letter that won’t fit in the grid, some have an ending letter that won’t fit, and some have an extra interior letter.
By Josh Feldman
Every year, I give dozens of interviews for my alma mater, a way-too-tough-to-get-into university in Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
By Sam Gutterman
The analysis of risk and uncertainty has taken many twists and turns over the years.