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Fees Add Up

By James Kwak

Public pension funds are having a tough time. On the one hand, the average funding ratio (assets as a percentage of the present value of future obligations) is below 80% because of inadequate contributions by sponsors (states and municipalities) and poor investment returns since the collapse of the technology bubble in 2000. 563 more words

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Wind Project in Wyoming Envisions Coal Miners as Trainees by DIANE CARDWELL


By DIANE CARDWELL

A Chinese turbine maker with a practice of seeking local workers sees benefit in focusing attention on a core group of Trump supporters in need of jobs. 15 more words

Incoming: Crate Retirement(s)!

Still on the lookout for CC1 crates? Can’t get enough CC4 crates? The time to collect is now, because those crates will retire soon!

No worries if you have the CC1-4 crates in your inventory. 116 more words

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Retirement Myth #1: I Can Wait Until I'm Earning More Money To Save For Retirement

BOSTON (CBS) – The reality is if you start later in your working career you will need to save more money than if you had started younger. 462 more words

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Retirement Plan Options for Small Businesses

Employer-sponsored retirement plans have become a key component for retirement savings. They are also an increasingly important tool for attracting and retaining the high-quality employees you need to compete in today’s competitive environment. 655 more words

Huntsman Agrees to Merge With Clariant of Switzerland by CHAD BRAY


By CHAD BRAY

The transaction would create a chemicals company with a combined market value of about $14 billion and comes as the industry consolidates to gain scale and reduce costs. 14 more words

Ford Ousts Mark Fields as C.E.O. and Installs Jim Hackett by BILL VLASIC


By BILL VLASIC

Its stock languishing, the automaker vowed to catch up in the race to build self-driving cars and fix problems in its conventional product line. 15 more words