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Firms Diversify 401(k) Support More Options for Investment Help
Monday, February 24, 2003
Worried employees at Andrew Corp. have watched their 401(k) funds tumble with the markets in the last couple years. "There's some handwringing that employees are now going through, because a lot of them never saw a down market," explains Jack Joyce, corporate manager of compensation and benefits at Andrew, an...
David Jennings interviewing Marc J. Lane
Friday, December 27, 2002
David: It’s time for Bull Session. Joining us is Marc Lane. He is the author of the book “Advising Entrepreneurs.” We have a copy of the book right here. Marc Lane is an attorney who works in Chicago, who’s been at this for over 30 years. Welcome. : Thanks, David....
CLTV Interviews Marc J. Lane
Friday, December 27, 2002
Bill: So do you think of yourself as an entrepreneur? We’ve got some advice for you. The 90’s were sort of the era of the entrepreneur. There were so many of them with hot ideas attracting all kind of attention and money. But most failed not just because the economy turned on them, but because they...
Mutual-Fund Firms Cut Ad Budgets
Tuesday, December 24, 2002
Mutual fund companies have drastically cut back advertising spending this year and many are tinkering with their marketing approaches as volatile markets have sent investors scurrying. Fund industry advertising year-to-date through the end of August is down 58% vs. 2001, to $90.1 million, according to Competitrack, a New...
Red Hat Co-Founder Ends Daily Sales of Company Shares (Update1)
Friday, December 20, 2002
Red Hat Inc. Co-Founder Robert Young said he stopped his daily sales of shares of the software maker after selling 3 million in a single transaction. Young, who resigned as the company's chairman in April and remains a director, won't sell more shares until at least 2006, he said in a...
From seed of law, he grew a business
Monday, December 9, 2002
When was managing an insurance agency for doctors during law school, he still had his eye on searching out what he called “Perry Mason moments” as a litigator. Little did he know that his services for physicians were laying the foundation for what would be his life’s work. He said several of his doctor...
ABA examines lawyer-client controversy
Monday, November 18, 2002
Letters to the Editor As notes in his guest column, the American Bar Assn. is looking again at ethics rules covering when lawyers can and whether they should be required to report clients who commit financial crimes to regulatory authorities ("Attorneys must be willing to expose...
As many cheer rate cuts, retirees watch income fall
Tuesday, November 12, 2002
For every silver lining, there's a dark cloud. Just ask Thomas Pate. Before the Federal Reserve began cutting interest rates, Pate and his wife of nearly 50 years went on more than a dozen cruises, paid for, in large part, with interest income they earned from the certificates of...
Socially Responsible Investing
Wednesday, November 6, 2002
How can values-based investing leverage a foundation's mission? The Law Offices of will present a workshop for professional advisors, foundations' executive leadership and program officers that will empower participants to make the case for values-based investing. In addition, program officers will learn what...
Controversial repricings of stock options on the rise
Sunday, October 13, 2002
Stock-option repricings are surging as companies replace worthless holdings with lower-priced options, providing employees a better chance to cash in if share prices rebound. Companies considering repricing are "dramatically on the increase," says Lance Kimmel, a corporate adviser at law firm Foley & Lardner....
Inside Track
Wednesday, October 9, 2002
WASHINGTON -- Federally regulated stock trading plans are supposed to assure investor that company insiders aren't trading stock based on nonpublic information, but that doesn't mean that sales under such plans are useless as an indicator of insider sentiment. In fact, trading plans actually permit executives to use...
Mutual Fund Industry Advertising Plunges With Markets
Friday, October 4, 2002
Mutual fund companies have drastically cut back advertising spending this year and many are tinkering with their marketing approaches as volatile markets have sent investors scurrying. Fund industry advertising year-to-date through the end of August is down 58% vs. 2001, to $90.1 million, according to...
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