How to Keep Health Care Coverage Going During the Government Shutdown
Midnight Saturday, December 22, 2018 marked the beginning of the longest United States Federal Government shutdown. While there have been 20 previous government shutdowns in our nation’s history, Shutdown 21 ...Read More
The Longest U.S. Government Shutdown
It is unsurprising that the U.S. descent into political tribalism, where red lines and blue ones are uncrossable, would also produce the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. Like the ...Read More
Did IBM Just Break Blockchain?
Crypto winter, which has produced a massive market correction on bitcoin and other cryptocurrency prices, may now extend the big chill on blockchain as well. Beyond the rather convenient management ...Read More
How Will Cyber Risk Evolve in 2019
It is unsurprising that a risk that evolves according to Moore’s law would continue to outpace the world’s ability to put cyber threats in check and privacy in focus. 2018 ...Read More
Is The Global Economy Half The Apple It Used To Be?
For the first firm to crack the trillion-dollar valuation ceiling, Apple’s performance is usually a bellwether of broader market confidence and conspicuous consumption among fawning technophiles. It should worry more ...Read More
Looking Ahead: The 2019 Risk Landscape
As we enter the final year of this decade, the list of concerns that will keep risk managers up at night continues to grow. The inextricable linkages between political, economic, ...Read More
Resilient Resolutions For The New Year
It seems fitting that a year as turbulent as 2018 ends at the edge of chaos. The month of December, a period where business and markets are usually buoyed by ...Read More
Culling Unstable Coins – Crypto Correction Or Market Crash?
If 2018 was the year blockchain came out of beta, it is also proving to be the year of the great crypto correction and the culling of unstable coins and ...Read More