From the monthly archives:

August 2011

According to the National Restaurant Association, nearly 13 million people are employed in the U.S. restaurant industry. And even in our current economic climate, the industry is expected to hire more than 1 million additional restaurant workers in the next decade. That’s good news for such a risky business sector. Even during the best of [...]

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Risk, death and baseball: three exciting topics that have unfortunately converged to become a grave concern for Major League Baseball this season. One fan recently died in Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas, while reaching over a railing for a ball. Last summer, another fan fell 30 feet and fractured his skull. This, combined with some [...]

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Well, maybe it’s not so elusive after all. All estimates have the projected path of Hurricane Irene heading straight for the most populated city in the nation. Just this morning, AccuWeather.com‘s Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski, predicted that the storm “is now on a path that could take it dangerously close to, if not over, the [...]

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Once again, the Risk Management Monitor was chosen to be included in the Cavalcade of Risk (CoR), a bi-monthly rundown of all things risk from the blogosphere. Hosting this weeks CoR is Nina Kallen, a Massachusetts attorney who practices general litigation with a focus on insurance coverage issues. You can find her selections of the [...]

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