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Pension Case Before the Supreme Court Could Impact Millions
On the Media
Markets can't ignore pension crisis
benefitspro • Danielle Dimartino Booth
Indiana woman has been working in McDonald's since 1973
Daily Mail • Mailonline Reporter
Fair Square Financial Launches Credit Card Business Under Name Ollo
PYMNTS.com • Pymnts
Will State Pension Age Keep On Rising?
huffingtonpost.co.uk • Chris Ball
Ban liquor for poor across the country: YSR Congress MP
The Economic Times of India
Runner Ian, 69, prepares for his 23rd London Marathon
The Northern Echo | News
3 Ways to Maximize Your Medicare
Fool.com: The Motley Fool • Selena Maranjian
Dechert builds up London finance practice with second Kirkland hire
The Lawyer Magazine • Yun Kriegler
China’s GCL New Energy to develop eight North Carolina solar projects
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Health Care Industry, Pensions & Retirement Plans
Pension Case Before the Supreme Court Could Impact Millions
On the Media
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments today in a case with the potential to impact millions of American workers employed by church-affiliated organizations. The case is Advocate Health Care Network v. Stapleton and at the heart of the matter are...
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Mortgages, Pension Fund
Markets can't ignore pension crisis
benefitsproDanielle Dimartino Booth
(Bloomberg Prophets) -- In late 2006, Aaron Krowne, a computer scientist and mathematician, started a website that documented the real-time destruction of the subprime mortgage lending industry. The Mortgage Lender Implode-O-Meter caught on like wildfire with financial market voyeurs, regularly reaching 100,000...
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Aging, Pensions & Retirement Plans
Indiana woman has been working in McDonald's since 1973
Daily MailMailonline Reporter
She has worked behind the counter at McDonald's for almost half a century -but even at 94 years old, Loraine Maurer has no intention of retiring. Mrs Maurer is something of an institution at the restaurant in Evansville, Indiana but she has...
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Economic Policy, Finance
Fair Square Financial Launches Credit Card Business Under Name Ollo
PYMNTS.comPymnts
Fair Square Finanical Holdings, a newly formed company, recently launched consumer credit cards under the name Ollo. In a press release Friday (March 24), Fair Square Financial said it received an equity commitment to finance card issuance from Pine Brook, an investment...
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Aging, Pension Fund
Will State Pension Age Keep On Rising?
huffingtonpost.co.ukChris Ball
The UK state pension age (SPA) could increase to 70 by as early as 2057 if the government follows the recommendations set out in John Cridland's review published on Thursday 23rd March. Cridland, a former Director General of the CBI, was asked...
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Pensions & Retirement Plans, U.S. Congress
Ban liquor for poor across the country: YSR Congress MP
The Economic Times of India
NEW DELHI: Liquor should be banned across the country for the poor people as its consumption was resulting in crimes, a Lok Sabha member said today. K Geetha (YSR Congress) said liquor consumption was a matter of concern and a lot of...
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Pensions & Retirement Plans
Runner Ian, 69, prepares for his 23rd London Marathon
The Northern Echo | News
COMMITTED runner Ian Hepworth is preparing to run his 23rd London Marathon – at the age of 69. The retired pensioner, from Skeeby near Richmond, will be pounding the streets of the capital next month in aid for the national disability charity...
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Cancer, Health Care Industry
3 Ways to Maximize Your Medicare
Fool.com: The Motley FoolSelena Maranjian
"Part of the middle class promise is that, after a lifetime of hard work, you'll be able to retire and enjoy the fruits of that labor. Medicare was established to secure that promise." -- Al Franken There's significant uncertainty about Medicare's future...
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Finance, Personal Finance
Dechert builds up London finance practice with second Kirkland hire
The Lawyer MagazineYun Kriegler
Dechert has recruited London-based Kirkland & Ellis banking and finance partner Rob Bradshaw, the second hire in six months from the Chicago-based firm. In November 2016, debt finance partner John Markland made the same move after 12 years at Kirkland, where he...
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Energy & Utilities, Energy Efficiency
China’s GCL New Energy to develop eight North Carolina solar projects
PV-Tech
CIT Group, a commercial lending and leasing provider, has served as the sole lead arranger for a US$59.8 million loan facility to China’s GCL New Energy for its 84.5MW solar portfolio in North Carolina.
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