CARSON CITY, Nev.-- The Nevada Senate endorsed NV Energy Inc.' s plan Wednesday to retire coal-fired power plants and pave the way for the state's biggest electrical utility to transition to more renewable sources. NV Energy has 10 power plants in Nevada, seven of which use natural gas.» Read More
LINCOLN, Neb.-- Nebraska lawmakers on Tuesday overrode Gov. Dave Heineman's veto of a public-employee retirement bill, holding in place a deal that was struck to shore up the retirement plans of teachers, judges and state patrol troopers.
CHICAGO, May 15- Healthcare costs put a big squeeze on retiree pocketbooks, but the grip may be relaxing a bit. "It's good news, because it means healthcare inflation is below the cost of overall inflation- and that doesn't happen often," says Sunit Pate, senior vice president of Fidelity's benefits consulting group.
How to save for retirement, and play the cyclical rally using ETFs, with CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Dave Heineman issued his first veto of the session on Monday, rejecting an increase in the state's contribution to underfunded teacher and school employee retirement plans.
Mary Fallin has vetoed a bill that would have given state workers the option of enrolling in a defined contribution retirement plan similar to a 401. The bill by Oklahoma City Republican Rep.
The summer job market looks relatively sunny, including for young entrepreneurs. But teen job seekers will be competing with older workers for seasonal slots.
NEW YORK, May 8- When Barbara Grover and her husband received an inheritance they were not expecting five years ago, they planned a luxurious family trip. Rather than plowing the money back into retirement savings, the Grovers took their two daughters as well as their spouses and children along on an eight-day safari in Tanzania.
RIVERSIDE CA, May 7- California's public pension fund said on Tuesday that the bankrupt city of San Bernardino has a lot more cash than it had previously disclosed and more than enough money to pay off its debts to the retirement system.
Discussing retirement strategies, with Matt Hougan, ETF Analytics president and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink discusses his market outlook, the importance of investing for retirement and your "long-term needs," and the current economic environment.
JOHANNESBURG, May 7- Sasol Ltd:. *Says Sasol Group executive announces retirement. *Says lean strauss, executive for international energy, new business.
CNBC's Rick Santelli identifies what he sees as a root cause of financial problems for the states.
May 6- Health problems and the cost of healthcare are the biggest concerns for those entering retirement, according to a study released on Monday from Bank of America Corp's Merrill Lynch. The study, co-conducted with research firm Age Wave, divided respondents into those that have more than $250,000 in investable assets and those that have less than $250,000.
TOKYO, May 5- Japan's Sharp Corp is considering having its chairman, Mikio Katayama, retire and also scrapping advisory posts as part of efforts to speed up a business revival under its president, Takashi Okuda, Kyodo news agency reported on Sunday.
*Savings worth 4.8 billion euros by 2015. By Andrei Khalip and Daniel Alvarenga. LISBON, May 3- Portugal plans to raise the retirement age by one year to 66 and make public sector employees work an extra hour per day as part of an array of new spending cuts needed to slash the budget deficit and meet its bailout targets.
May 3- Sonde Resources Corp:. *Announces retirement of president and chief executive officer. *Jack Schanck, president and chief executive officer, has formally notified.
The latest jobs reports shows the continuation of a recent trend, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
A little known rule change is signaling just how meaningless the retirement vehicle has become.
PARIS, May 2- Nearly two thirds of French support pension reform that includes raising the retirement age, a poll showed on Thursday, indicating the public would be willing to accept more drastic change than President Francois Hollande has proposed.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen talks with Tom Faust, Eaton Vance chairman & CEO, about tracking fund flows, and explains how a new product called an exchange traded managed fund will be structured.