In this issue, Yahoo pays $35m penalty; employees responsible for 53% of breach incidents; CA AG antitrust action; cyber derivative suits against directors; is compliance worth the money; income inequality; and various cyber updates for healthcare.
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This Weekly Market Update reviews the top three market headlines: 10-Year Treasury Note Yield Crosses 3.0%, Q1 2018 Earning Season Starts Strong and U.S. GDP Grew 2.3% for the First Quarter.
Join us for a discussion of the basics of FEMA rules and processes following a presidentially declared event.
Without the proper lens, your sight can be blurred and workplace issues regarding equality and harassment can often times be hiding right under your nose. With the national conversation bringing these issues into better focus, it's important for healthcare leaders to heighten their situational awareness. Healthcare organizations need protection with solutions that ensure appropriate behavior and fair compensation. In our latest whitepaper, you'll learn how to take a proactive approach in re-examining your organization in order to achieve 20/20 vision.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top three market headlines: Yield Curve Flattens to Lowest Point Since 2007, Major U.S. Banks Post Record Earnings and Housing Market Strength Persists.
As of January 1, 2018, hospitality employers in the city of Chicago must provide “panic buttons” for room attendants and restroom workers who work alone.
What major events impacted the markets in Q1? The professionals of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.'s Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services practice (Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors, LLC) presented a 50-minute webinar highlighting the capital market changes in the first quarter.
Cargo theft reigns supreme as the number one cause of loss in the U.S. shipping industry. Cargo thefts costs billions of dollars every year. The courier industry is not immune to this exposure.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top three market headlines: U.S. Jobless Claims Remain Below 300,000 for Longest Streak, Oil on the Rise and Core Inflation Rate in the U.S. Continues to Rise.
One of Janet Yellen’s last acts as head of the Federal Reserve was to impose an unusual settlement condition upon Wells Fargo: as part of the consent decree, Wells Fargo would agree to the removal of four directors.