Amusement and Theme Park Woes

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During 2020, amusement and theme parks have reduced operating days, slashed ticket prices, and closed early for the year because of lower-than-hoped attendance. Questions: In what state have theme and amusement parks been closed since mid-March? What was one of the most surprising issues in the article? Which park has ” social distance squads”? Source:… Read more »

How Do you Assess Likelihood about the Unknown: Insurers and Driver-less Cars

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Tesla Motors is going to roll out a self-driving feature on selected cars this summer. The dilemma for insurance companies is “how do you assess the risk without an existing track record?” Questions: 1. Even when self-driving cars are widely available, what will delay their widespread adoption? 2. Why do you think that California is… Read more »