Friday 19th of January 2018



  • Chief ERISA Architect Dies

    Human Resource Executive   March 16, 2004   Michael S. Gordon, chief architect of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, died Feb. 1 in Bethesda, Md., at the age of 70. Until just before his death, he was still actively helping retiree g...
  • Rules/Regs: Republicans Rule–and Must Deliver

    Plan Sponsor   February 2003   Congressional docket includes a Medicare drug benefit, post-Enron pension reform, and accelerated 401(k) contribution limits...
  • Leading Lady

    Financial Executive    July 1999  AlliedSignal's Karen Wilson is known for her bold stances on government contracting, her pioneering efforts to bridge home and work and her refreshing "put-all-your-cards-on-the-table" approach.  ...
  • Take Part of Me

    CFO Magazine    March 1999   How companies are unlocking value by carving out pieces of their business. ...
  • Greenspan's New Inflation Vigilance

    Mortgage Banking  April 1994   Alan Greenspan is one of those rarities in Washington. He's been Fed chairman for nearly seven years, and his reputation is still rising. But the job may be entering its toughest phase yet, as the economy heats up and inf...

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