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Schwab shoos $25 billion of client assets out the door as it calls the bluff of employers with lopsided 401(k) contracts

The San Francisco giant is trading recordkeeper revenue for the prospect of wielding its mighty brand directly at plan participants

Friday, February 28, 2014 – 8:49 PM by Lisa Shidler
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Steve Anderson: We made the decision and notified these clients that we're going to resign our services. I personally made the call and explained our thinking.

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