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Schurz Communications, Inc. values our employees and their families complete well-being. We strive to provide support and resources that allow our employees to maintain a balance in all components of a healthy lifestyle, physical, emotional, spiritual,...
Pfc. Kelli Bordeaux, the St. Cloud soldier who went missing last year, has been declared dead by the Army. Bordeaux was 23 when she vanished April 14, 2012 after leaving Froggy Bottoms Bar in Fayetteville, N.C. Army officials reported her missing to city...
Tribune reporterOnly 49 percent of shareholders voted to approve the executive compensation at Elgin-based Middleby Corp. Commonly called "say on pay," those non-binding votes rarely go against publicly traded companies, and while shares of the commercial food-service...
Blogging with Bill WhiteDuring my trip to Scottsdale, Ariz., this spring, we took in a San Francisco Giants preseason game, and the friend my wife and I were visiting proposed a bet. We would wager $20 on the final records of my team,......
Steve ChapmanWhen I wrote recently about the underfunding of public employee pensions in Wisconsin and elsewhere, I got indignant calls and letters from Wisconsinites saying I was wrong, including one from the people in charge of the system there. But it......
Pension reform in Illinois got a rare legislative victory when the General Assembly moved to close loopholes that allowed labor leaders to land six-figure public pensions based on their much higher union salaries. The measure, which deals with abuses...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Finance, Chicago Mayor, Unions, Government
ReutersThe Chicago-based Civic Federation said Tuesday the funding gap for 10 Chicago-area public pension systems widened by 16.7 percent to $32 billion in fiscal 2011 from the year, warning of service cuts or tax hikes to bridge the gap. The civic watchdog...
ReutersSARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia's Constitutional Court ruled on Friday that the president of the autonomous Muslim-Croat federation, charged with corruption, had been detained illegally, and ordered a lower court to release him immediately. Zivko Budimir was...
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With the city retirement system short hundreds of millions of dollars in unfunded liabilities, officials say they are likely to begin requiring municipal employees to contribute to their pensions. "Pretty much everyone is in agreement that it's fair,"...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equity markets slipped on Friday over worries the U.S. Federal Reserve may curb a stimulus program that has lifted stocks, while the dollar recovered against the euro after better-than-expected U.S. durable goods data for...
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My wife and I were public school educators for a combined 67 years. We followed all the rules and paid the required pension deductions from every paycheck. Illinois legislators, meanwhile, decided against providing required contributions to the Teachers&...
“Starting 2006 to 2012, Morgan County took 10 steps forward. In the last four months, Morgan County has taken 30 steps backward.” — Berkeley Springs, W.Va. “This is another quote I decided to call in. Yes, indeed, children do...
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