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Are out-of-plan annuitization options overlooked?

Over the past few years, I’ve spoken to several plan sponsors about the challenges their participants may face when converting their savings into income. Drawdown decisions for most retirees will be more complicated than savings decisions—something that many of the benefits folks and committee members I speak to appreciate. 692 more words


Bloomberg Hires Joseph Weisenthal, Business Insider’s Executive Editor by RAVI SOMAIYA


Mr. Weisenthal, who has built a devoted following at Business Insider, where he writes up to 15 articles a day, will lead a markets and finance site at Bloomberg. 14 more words

Day 209: Protecting that little girl

I might as well get this out of the way…

I never had a dad.  Sure, I had a father…but not a dad.  The difference is a father does just that.   714 more words


Paulson's Hedge Fund Urges Botox-Maker Allergan to Consider Buying Shire by DAVID GELLES


John Paulson’s hedge fund has good reason to want Allergan to buy Shire. AbbVie just walked away from its deal for Shire. That sent Shire’s shares tumbling, leading to substantial paper losses for Paulson. 14 more words

At Ogilvy, New Unit Will Mine Data by STUART ELLIOTT


Searching for data-driven decision-making, Ogilvy & Mather is pooling its data executives in a unit called OgilvyAmp.

Published: October 21, 2014 at 12:00AM… 10 more words

New Digs: What Goes Around, Comes Around

Two of my 3rd great-grandfathers, Clinton Doneral Bronson and Amos Betts Andrews, came to Utah with the Mormon pioneers in 1847. Clinton married Amos’s daughter, Lovisa Andrews, and both families settled for a time in Huntsville in the Ogden Valley. 298 more words

Amos Betts Andrews