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Weekly Pension News Round-Up

  |   August 31, 2012

Here's what made headlines this week in pension news:

Smart Business Network writes "How to overcome benefit plan challenges and structure your plans properly."

Pensions & Investments reports "Pension investment strategy in light of new law."  

CNNMoney publishes "Your pension: Lump sum vs. monthly payments."   

Dow Jones Newswires runs "Hawker Says It Is Closer to Superior Deal, Settles With PBGC."

Weekly Pension News Round-Up

  |   August 24, 2012

Here's what made headlines this week in pension news:

KWCH 12 Eyewitness News ran "Hawker Beechcraft, union & lenders reach pension deal."

Business Insurance publishes "PBGC takes over SP Newsprint pensions."

Reuters poses the question "How is your pension doing?"

Weekly Pension News Round-Up

  |   August 17, 2012

Here's what made headlines this week in pension news:

U.S. News & World Report blogs about "How Safe Is Your American Dream?"

Pensions & Investments features an article on "Identifying the best risk mitigation strategy for a corporate DB plan."

The Washington Post ran the Associated Press article "Federal agency admits mistake with United Airlines pension; some retirees getting raises."

PLANSPONSOR.COM quotes PBGC Director Josh Gotbaum in "PBGC to Begin Back Payments for United Airlines Retirees."

The Philadelphia Inquirer publishes "Without a Pension's Security."

Weekly Pension News Round-Up

  |   August 10, 2012

Here's what made headlines this week in pension news:

The New York Post writes about "Vanishing Pensions."  

DB Plans See Large Decline in Funded Status, PLANSPONSOR.com  reports.  

"More and more retirees could soon be facing the choice of accepting a pension buyout or collecting a monthly check...," the Wall Street Journal publishes.

Reuters features an article on "How to find a lost pension."  

Here's what made headlines this week in pension news:

An Openmarket.org article quotes PBGC Director Josh Gotbaum.

Sycamore, Talbots Say Pension Board Won't Oppose Buyout, Bloomberg publishes.

AccountingWeb gives insight on the question "Are Defined-Benefit Retirement Plans Better for Small Businesses?"

Here's what made headlines this week in pension news:

Plansponsor.com publishes, "PBGC Agrees to Take a United Way Plan."

Retirees Wrestle With Pension Buyout From General Motorsthe New York Times reports.

"The United States District Court for the District of Columbia found that a Japanese parent company may be legally responsible for the pension-related liabilities of its American subsidiary," Lawyers Weekly.