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Berkley

(bûr`klē), city (1990 pop. 16,960), Oakland co., SE Mich., a suburb of Detroit; inc. 1932. It is chiefly residential.
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The affirmation of the ratings for Berkley Life and Health acknowledges its continued favorable risk-adjusted capital position, which is expected to support the company's growing business going forward, and the financial and operational support of W.
Berkley Corporation announces formation of Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions
Berkley is launching a new unit to write excess medical malpractice business.
Elizabeth Berkley finally landed another film role in this lifetime.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Berkley Technology Underwriters, LLC, a leading Minneapolis-based global technology underwriter, has been accredited as a Coverholder on behalf of Lloyd's of London.
Berkley Corporation (NYSE:WRB) on Tuesday disclosed the formation of Berkley Transactional as a division of Berkley Professional Liability Underwriters (BerkleyPro), a W R Berkley Company.
Norris additionally serves as president of Berkley Underwriting Partners LLC, which is in the process of forming strategic relationships focusing on underwriting specialty coverages.
Berkley Corporation (NYSE: WRB) today announced that Alejandro Jimenez has been promoted to presidente ejectutivo of W.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 5, 2014-W R Berkley names John M Goodwin and J Michael Foley to new roles
We don't think the customer wants to go to a Web site that is part of a company," Berkley said.
Call it "42nd Streetwalkers" or "All About Eve's Apples" - or in the case of poor Elizabeth Berkley, who bore the brunt of the bad reviews and the Hollywood backlash, "A Star Is Killed.
King, Newly Appointed Vice-Chairman of Berkley Facultative Reinsurance Services, LLC