News on Pension continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
42 min ago | Boston.com
Investment manager Karl White made an investment pitch to the MBTA's pension fund just nine months after leaving the fund to join a New York firm.
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
Can You Crack These Presidential Code Names?
4 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
Retirees from Alameda, Contra Costa and Merced counties are the only clear winners in Superior Court Judge David Flinn's preliminary decision in the public employee unions' yearlong legal challenge of the state's 2012 pension anti-spiking law.
Illinois State Board of Investment saw significantly lower withdrawals from its member retirement systems for the fiscal year ended June 30. Register today and you also get a free two week trial to P&I Daily, our online subscription with full access to all current and archived stories plus the latest industry searches, hires, and RFPs.
Opponents of a planned reduction to the annual cost of living adjustment to military pensions have launched a petition drive urging President Obama to veto the cuts.
U.S. Representative Filemon Vela joined dozens of Member of Congress - both Democrats and Republicans - in sponsoring legislation to eliminate cuts to cost of living adjustments for military retirement payments.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he felt betrayed and deceived at being left in the dark over the secret $90,000 cheque his former chief of staff gave to Sen. Mike Duffy.
Veteran police officer Derek V. Cook , who pleaded guilty to assault charges in connection with clobbering two of his superiors during roll call in 2008, has been allowed by a judge to withdraw his pleas because he argued he was misled about being able to keep his pension.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper gave year-end interviews Thursday to Global News and Quebec's TVA.
Officials of the Chattanooga Fire and Police Fund are up in arms over the latest "scenario" from the Berke administration on changes to cut the cost of the pension program.
Jerry Sandusky will take part in his first public proceeding next month - albeit via video link - since he was sentenced to decades in prison for child molestation.
The holdings of U.S. public pensions again reached record highs during the third quarter, as the stock market surged and governments and employees pitched in billions of dollars, according to U.S. Census data released on Thursday.
A new memo from a Washington polling firm lays out tactics for labor unions to fight against a proposed public pension ballot measure that could go to California voters next year.
The U.S. Senate passed a two-year budget deal on Wednesday to ease automatic spending cuts and reduce the risk of a government shutdown, but fights were already breaking out over how to implement the budget pact.
Pennsylvania will face significant fiscal challenges next year trying to absorb $1.7 billion in additional costs and not having enough tax revenue to cover them, Budget Secretary Charles Zogby warned Wednesday.
A former southern Illinois county treasurer who was convicted of rigging tax liens has lost his $90,000 state-funded pension.
Premier Kathleen Wynne says she is determined to take a made-in-Ontario pension plan to the voters come the next election.