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  1. PEMCO Insurance in Washington has added Curt Simonson to the carrier’s people and brand team as the department’s learning and development manager. Simonson’s responsibilities include managing employee training programs and leadership development strategies, with a focus on creating opportunities for …
  2. Giant insurer Chubb has joined a list of companies that are halting business deals with the National Rifle Association (NRA). However, the insurer confirmed to Insurance Journal that the decision was made several months ago, before the latest mass shooting …
  3. Shelters have been opened to assist people forced from their homes by flooding in the Midwest, as rivers swollen by heavy rain and melting snow continue to rise in Indiana, Michigan and other states. Flood warnings were in effect across …
  4. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers predicted ahead of Hurricane Harvey’s arrival that reservoirs in Houston would fill to record levels, flooding adjacent neighborhoods, but never shared the concern with the public, government records reveal. A Corps forecast on Aug. …
  5. Austin, Texas-based Combined Agents of America LLC, has added three new partner agencies to its network. The latest additions are: Patterson & Associates Insurance in Richardson, Texas; NP Dodge Insurance in Omaha, Nebraska; and Ryder Rosacker McCue & Huston Insurance …
  6. Suzan Kereere has joined the board of directors at Columbus, Ohio-based Grange Mutual Casualty Co. Kereere heads both the European Merchant Sales & Solutions team and the Global Merchant Accounts team at Visa. There, she leads a group that helps …
  7. The federal government issued a recall of chicken salad made by an Iowa processing company and distributed by Fareway Stores which has now sickened more than 100 people in five states and prompted lawsuits in Illinois, Iowa and South Dakota. …
  8. Credit Suisse said it would fight on after a Texas appeals court upheld a $351 million award against the Swiss bank over its role in a Las Vegas resort project whose finances collapsed a decade ago. The Texas Court of …