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Vienna Insurance CEO Elisabeth Stadler discusses her company's latest earnings report.
The specialist insurance market was pushed into the red for the first time in six years after a record year for losses from natural disasters.
The National Weather Service forecasting another major weather system taking aim at parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Monday night into Tuesday.
At least one company began evacuating non-essential personnel after a powerful 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit Papua New Guinea's energy-rich interior.
A rare small earthquake rattled the Chinese capital Beijing on Monday, centered in an area just south of the city in the neighboring province of Hebei.
Mario Greco also discusses M&A activity in his insurance business, saying that it "has been for non-traditional activities."
The world's largest brewer is promoting a different liquid on the nation's biggest stage: water.
Mayon, the most active volcano in the Philippines, has erupted 50 times in the past 500 years, Vox reports.
An earthquake of magnitude 6.4 struck off Japan on Wednesday, the United States Geological Survey said.
An earthquake of magnitude 7.9 hit southeast of Chiniak, Alaska at a depth of 10 km on Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said
Last year's devastating wildfire season may accelerate the trend of private insurers not renewing policies in fire-hazard areas.
Deadly storms driven by 90-mph wind gusts threw transportation across much of northern Europe into chaos Thursday, USA Today reports.
Unusually arctic conditions continued to roil the South on Wednesday.
Authorities said Thursday that up to 43 people are still missing from deadly mudslides in Southern California.
This shatters the $215 billion record previously set in 2005, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Last month's spate of wildfires included the largest in California history.