An insurance policy that covers exposures to several different types of insurance risk.
An organizational structure in which responsibilities, authorities, and powers are divided between groups rather than centrally held.
A business strategy that draws potential customers from online channels to make purchases in physical stores.
The exchange or sharing of information, data, or assets between parties without the involvement of a central authority. Bitcoin and other altcoins are examples of virtual currencies.
A technical indicator that combines aspects of candlestick analysis with the relative strength index (RSI).
A liability insurance provision that allows the policyholder to select or approve of the legal counsel that will defend it in the case of a claim.
This program allows travelers deemed low-risk by the Transportation Security Administration expedited security screening at certain U.S. airports.
Investment strategies that emphasize the use of alternative weighting schemes to traditional market capitalization based indices.
The social welfare and economic systems adopted by Nordic countries.
An insurance policy that provides protection from crimes committed through the use of a computer by a company’s employees.