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Business Wire
Wilshire Consulting Promotes Four Key Executives to Managing Directorthoughtful consulting solutions.” Bradley Bakerjoined Wilshire in 2005 and pro
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
thoughtful consulting solutions.” Bradley Bakerjoined Wilshire in 2005 and provides consulting services to corporate and public pension funds, endowments, foundations and healthcare organizations. He will continue to serve as the chair of... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Eclipse + Housing + Water + CaltrainTake, your opinion-politics newsletter. Please sign up for it here. Sign upGet
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
Take, your opinion-politics newsletter. Please sign up for it here. Sign upGet on The Take. Read the influential voices on California and national politics and issues. Sign up here. Editorials At last, something to inspire awe: Monday’s solar... Read more
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The Economic Times
​L&T Chairman Anil Manibhai Naik: 75, not outinformation technology and engineering services businesses. That allows him to
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
information technology and engineering services businesses. That allows him to spend a week each with his son who stays in California and his daughter in Kentucky, something he says he has never done before. He will be back in Mumbai in early... Read more
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The Lake County Record-Bee
Pension fund sees better return, but not out of the woodsThe California Public Employees Retirement System has been hammered by poor inv
The Lake County Record-Bee / Posted 4 days ago
The California Public Employees Retirement System has been hammered by poor investment earnings in recent years, but got some good news last month. CalPERS reported an 11.2 percent gain on its investment portfolio in the fiscal year that ended June... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Aug. 15, 2017: The real truth behind the CalPERS pension systemThe reality of the CalPERS pension system Frankly, I am happy to see the Sunda
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 8 days ago
The reality of the CalPERS pension system Frankly, I am happy to see the Sunday editorial concerning pension costs to local taxpayers. I am a bit disappointed that the article failed to explain the formula for determining these pension costs or how... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Can an investment pro persuade state workers to let him manage their pensions?Michael Flaherman calls his eight-year stint on the board that manages the nati
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 days ago
Michael Flaherman calls his eight-year stint on the board that manages the nation’s largest public pension fund “glory days” for him and the California Public Employees’ Retirement System. Back then, CalPERS was considered “over-funded” because it... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Support real estate, hotel taxeshow to rebuild of the city’s dilapidated street system while also finding money
Petluma360.com / Posted 12 days ago
how to rebuild of the city’s dilapidated street system while also finding money to cover the skyrocketing costs of employee pensions. The two proposals include raising the transient occupancy tax, which is charged to people staying in hotel rooms... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
California pension fund divests from coal as industry reboundsThe California Public Employees’ Retirement System is almost entirely out of co
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 15 days ago
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System is almost entirely out of coal, according to a report it released Monday on its compliance with a 2015 law that compelled it and the California State Teachers’ Retirement System to divest from coal... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Industry watching Petaluma’s tax hike debatesay these measures are necessary as the city is staring down a budgetary shortf
Petluma360.com / Posted 17 days ago
say these measures are necessary as the city is staring down a budgetary shortfall in two years. Despite attempts to cut pension costs, which are mostly tied to former city employees, costs are anticipated to increase by $1 million each year for... Read more
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Boston Globe
State pension fund reports a 12.8 percent investment return for fiscal ’17The Massachusetts state pension system added $7.7 billion in investment gains i
Boston Globe / Posted 20 days ago
The Massachusetts state pension system added $7.7 billion in investment gains in the year ended June 30, for a 12.8 percent return, according to a spokesman for the fund’s manager. The performance of the $67 billion retirement fund for teachers and... Read more
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Newsmax
States Turn to Financial Engineering to Ease Pension BurdensIt’s no secret that states and cities across the country are grappling with a g
Newsmax / Posted 20 days ago
It’s no secret that states and cities across the country are grappling with a growing pension crisis. Now some are resorting to an unconventional tool to help: financial engineering. California, New Jersey and other governments are moving around... Read more
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CBS News
How the U.S. government is making it harder to retirefinancial crisis after another and adrift in an economy that has gradually shif
CBS News / Posted 21 days ago
financial crisis after another and adrift in an economy that has gradually shifted the burden of saving almost entirely on employees. Now they can point to another impediment: The U.S. government. In only the most recent example of actions by... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Snap won't give shareholders voting rights. For that, it's being shunned by a major stock indexmove could limit demand for Snap shares, which have steadily declined in price
Los Angeles Times / Posted 26 days ago
move could limit demand for Snap shares, which have steadily declined in price since the Snapchat maker’s initial public offering in March. FTSE Russell, the index manager and operator of the London Stock Exchange, said Thursday that... Read more
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Newsmax
Connecticut Sinks Deeper in Debt as Pension Gains Lag TargetFor Connecticut’s pensions, investment forecasting is the triumph of hope over
Newsmax / Posted 1 months ago
For Connecticut’s pensions, investment forecasting is the triumph of hope over experience. The state’s $17 billion teachers pension returned an average of 3.2 percentage point less than its 8.5 percent assumed annual rate of return between fiscal... Read more

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