Most-read stories for the week include a report analyzing the rapid rise of bitcoin and an article on property insurers looking at price hikes after a year of massive catastrophe losses.
Looming CEO pay ratio rule could lead to season of discontent
Looming CEO pay ratio rule could lead to season of discontent A long-awaited rule requiring public companies to disclose how CEO compensation compares with the rest of the workforce is expected to generate scrutiny and friction during the 2018 shareholder meeting season.
The 1 state where GEICO did not 'make hay' in 2017
GEICO Corp.'s expansion this year has more than fulfilled Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Chairman Warren Buffett's pledge that the auto insurer would "make hay while the sun sets, knowing that it will surely rise again," even as it continues to retreat from one particularly challenging state.
Arguing for a bitcoin bubble difficult without clear valuation
The meteoric rise in the price of bitcoin this year has prompted more critics to call the asset a bubble or even a fraud.
Property insurers eyeing price hikes after year of massive catastrophe losses
After hurricanes, earthquakes and wildfires ravaged parts of North America in 2017, insurers are preparing to come out swinging in the new year.
Bitcoin ETFs on the horizon as futures trading takes off: News analysis
Bitcoin exchange-traded funds could be within sight now that Cboe Global Markets Inc. and CME Group Inc. have launched bitcoin futures trading.