Motorola's move to offload pension obligations by buying annuities from Prudential could signal a wave of such actions.
Companies may have to contribute less now, but that may be just 'kicking the can down the road.'
Although a majority of U.S. households say they’re doing OK, many say they’re still worse off financially compared with 2008.
Skeptics see the spiking interest in alternative investments as a passing fad, but a high-profile McKinsey report begs to differ.
A class-action suit highlights potential fiduciary risks for 401(k) plan sponsors.
Benefits expenses may not move much in the next 12 months, but U.S. CFOs project an increase in employer costs for workers' salaries.
A pension asset management firm is recommending a bold way to invest plan assets. Its counterparts are shaking their heads.
Over the past decade, 71 percent of the time S&P 500 companies contributed more to their pension plans than they were expecting.
If you're a plan fiduciary but not familiar with these issues and documents, it may be time to brush up on ERISA.
An aging workforce is on the minds of finance chiefs in the Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey.