Target's data breach resulted in the theft of financial information of 70 million of its customers. Few companies are likely to have a cyber liability exposure of this size, but it illustrates the need for cyber liability coverage if you hold sensitive financial data or private personal data for employees. Who doesn't?
Yes this picture is not Photo-Shopped! It was tweeted by the owner of this collision repair shop just outside of Dallas in Colleyville, Texas, last Wednesday night. Police say speed and alcohol were factors (really?) in this bizarre crash, where the Yukon SUV hit a sedan, then rolled over and slid on its roof, crashing into the outer wall of the repair shop. The two people in the sedan were injured and taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, and amazingly no one in the Yukon or the building itself was hurt. Police took the driver, who has prior DWI arrests, into custody. This should serve as a strong reminder to not drink and drive!
The Washington Examiner sat down with insurance experts to examine the health benefits Wal-Mart offers to all of its employees versus what those employees (if they were not offered benefits) would be eligible for on the HealthInsurance.gov website.