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Empower wins Apple's $3.5-billion 401(k) account from Schwab

Bob Reynolds delivers quick response to the question of whether a branded company will swallow his new brand

Friday, November 14, 2014 – 8:08 PM by Lisa Shider
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Bob Reynolds got his first bite at the Apple.

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Ariel Germaine Cassone

Ariel Germaine Cassone

January 15, 2016 — 3:13 AM

This company has actively refused to pay me my funds being held with them. It has been one clerical error to another for weeks…and to my great detriment. They appear to be incompetent and have no regard for those who have entrusted their money to them, all be it involuntarily. This is indicative of Apple’s slow turn from its founding principles at the the very least, but highly indicative of greater financial institutions as a whole being permitted to abuse and disregard their customers.

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