Insurance Journal: Beyond the Desktop: 3D Printing with Concrete

Much has been written about concerns related to use of 3D printing in the office or home, including potential risks associated with health, safety, product defects, and more.

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MReport: Firing Up Marketing Efforts as the Market Cools Down

Mortgage markets are cooling following two years of record low interest rates and unprecedented demand spurred on by pandemic-driven buying.

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Financial Times: Surging demand for cobalt spurs hunt for mineral in Australia’s mine waste

When the Queensland state government sent Anita Parbhakar-Fox to the remote town of Mt Isa in the Australian outback to hunt for cobalt in copper mine waste, the geology professor had high expectations.

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Digital Insurance: How analytics can tackle evolving hail risk for insurers

When you think of damaging weather in events in Southern California, your mind probably reaches for droughts, high winds, or lightning strikes that spark wildfires. 

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CNBC: Biden heads to Saudi Arabia for what could be an ‘embarrassing’ climbdown — or a welcome reset

President Joe Biden is headed to Saudi Arabia this week as part of his first Middle East trip as commander in chief.

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Business Insurance: Cat models moved from sidelines to central underwriting position

Hurricane Andrew was a brusque wake-up call for the insurance industry and helped catalyze the accelerated development of catastrophe models to assess the risks posed by large hurricanes.

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PropertyCasualty360: Pain and suffering: 10 of the toughest verdicts to hit the insurance industry

While insurers have been reeling from runaway verdicts for decades, some of the most astonishing cases in the past five years bring new meaning to the cry of ‘astronomical.’

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Risk & Insurance: 7 People on the Move

Verisk has named Tim Rayner president of the company’s Specialty Business Solutions group (formerly known as Sequel).

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Insurance Post: Intelligence: The Tesla threat - EV disruption will hit the insurance market

Insurers have long been wary that car manufacturers could hijack a
slice of the motor insurance market, but as David Worfold explains, it
is electric vehicles and their connectivity that are likely to be the most
disruptive force in the immediate future.

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PropertyCasualty360: Who's using what in P&C insurance: July 11, 2022

American Farmers & Ranchers Mutual Insurance Company selected Verisk’s property claims-handling solutions.

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Reuters: Analysis: Europe forges ahead with Green New Deal, in contrast to U.S. climate setback

The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow to Joe Biden’s climate ambitions at the end of last month, but in Europe it is a very different picture after the European Union managed to overcome energy security concerns by some member states to green-light its ambitious Green New Deal climate plan.

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Financial Times: Gulf of Mexico’s oil riches pose climate question for Biden

Construction crews are putting the last touches on a 20-storey oil platform at a Texas dock.

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NPR: The Supreme Court handed coal power a win. But experts say that won't save it

Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its first major ruling on climate regulations in years.

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Forbes: What A Republican Mid-Term Victory Could Mean For US Energy And Climate Policy

According to current polling the Republican Party has an opportunity to retake control of the US Congress in the November 2022 mid-term elections

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Insurance Innovation Reporter: AFR Insurance Streamlines Claims with Verisk Solutions

As part of an ongoing focus to improve claims-handling workflows, American Farmers & Ranchers Mutual Insurance Company (AFR Insurance, Oklahoma City) has adopted Verisk’s (Jersey City, N.J.) property claims-handling solutions, according to a statement from the global data analytics provider.

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