Severe winter weather cost U.S. airline passengers $5.3 billion in expenses and missed workdays as carriers canceled and delayed trips in the worst period of flight disruption since Sept. 11.
The 28th snowfall of the season is aiming at New York City for the start of the workweek as a storm threatens to coat roads with snow, sleet and ice from Washington to Boston.
Commuters in New York will probably see the worst of a storm that will strike at the beginning of the workweek, spreading snow, sleet and ice from Boston to Washington, forecasters said.
New York’s first March commute may end up being one of its worst of the season as another winter storm threatens to start the work week with snow, sleet and rain throughout the U.S. Northeast.
Oklahoma was the costliest state in the U.S. for natural-disaster claims last year as tornadoes spurred payouts.
Allstate Corp., the largest publicly traded U.S. auto and home insurer, said fourth-quarter profit more than doubled as catastrophe costs declined.
Allstate Corp., the largest publicly traded U.S. auto and home insurer, gained the most since August 2012 after profit beat analysts’ estimates.
Volatile weather around the world is taking farmers on a wild ride.
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. and Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. are among insurers with the most at risk from Hurricane Earl, which threatens to graze North Carolina on Sept. 3.
New Zealand’s deadliest earthquake in eight decades may be the costliest natural disaster for insurers since 2008, according to estimates from JPMorgan Chase & Co.