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Back in 1998 and 1999, when the markets were rallying, insurance costs were well behaved and there were no 9/11 or Enron factors to consider, Microsoft was already re-evaluating the way it assessed risk. Events expose companies to more than one type of risk simultaneously, says Treasurer and Vice President Brent Callinicos, but Microsoft–and every other company–were still compartmentalizing risk. “Risks are related,” Callinicos says.

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