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Ari Sonneberg: I do not think that the current turmoil in the market will be something that helps this deal.

Schwab's merger with TD Ameritrade was sterling until the Covid-19 pandemic and financial collapse took some of the shine off the deal

Charles Schwab & Co.'s decision to buy TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. in Nov. 2019 looked like a lock, but 'Schwabitrade' has been rocked by wholesale branch closings, plummeting share prices and emergency rate cuts to near zero.

April 14, 2020 at 11:13 PM

Andy Rachleff is staying the course on a minimum viable product philosophy that has benefits -- and embarrassments.

Wealthfront is again forced to disclose a bad mistake --testing how far the move-fast, break-things -then-apologize culture can go

The Redwood City robo issues erroneous 1099 data in 2017 that it just discovered. It happened around the time it dumped Apex.

October 19, 2019 at 4:13 AM

Josh Itzoe: If I’m large plan sponsor but specifically financial services and if I haven’t been sued yet I’m holding my breath.

Schwab employee 401(k) lawsuit taunts Chuck by using Vanguard as Exhibit A

The San Francisco giant is latest to get hit with legal scourge; Ameriprise and Fidelity already shelled out megabucks to settle claims that their retirement funds underperform and charge a lot to do it – but not Vanguard

March 8, 2017 at 6:34 PM

Marcia Wagner: I don’t think it’s a coincidence that this comes after the Dallas ruling. That was pro-rule. Now the DOL is seeing how it can walk it back.

DOL rule-killers now on defense as legal failures add up, reinforcements don't make it to Washington and the clock ticks down

Cumulative effect of Puzder and Scaramucci implosions and looming April 10 go date shifts momentum to the rule's standard bearers

February 15, 2017 at 6:32 PM

Marcia Wagner: This could be her saying: we're independent.

'Forum-shopped' Texas judge, refusing to play along, torpedoes Wall Street's efforts to stay the DOL rule -- narrowing chances of an end run by Trump and stockbrokers

DOL rule's would-be killers face the quagmire of law-making; Chief Judge Barbara Lynn grilled DOL, promised that it signaled nothing, and that turned out to be true

February 9, 2017 at 2:46 AM

Edmund Murphy added to a blitz of attaboy comments by financial execs after draft appeared to seek delay of DOL rule.

How Trump's backtrack on DOL rule burned his most ardent anti-rule supporters and the opening Elizabeth Warren is exploiting

Threat of losing DOL rule sparks a new public consciousness and the Massachusetts Senator gives shout-out to Betterment, XY Planning and BlackRock

February 7, 2017 at 10:46 PM

When asked if Lebenthal had ever done something like this before, the response was 'Never!'

Wall Street women pile into buses and cars, head south on I-95 to protest Trump

Pack up that Nasty Woman T-shirt for a pre-dawn trip and client blowback be damned

January 21, 2017 at 2:06 AM

Jason Roberts: The litigation provides cover, so to speak, from the Administrative Procedures Act requirements.

DOL rule will be undone, in a cruel twist, by the Department of Labor -- essentially by a Trump order to cut red tape by staying the Texas court case

Jason Roberts at Pension Resources Institute: It's the DOL itself saying 'maybe we got this wrong' as a means of giving cover to delay.

January 20, 2017 at 11:42 PM

Virginia Foxx: The Obama administration advanced a partisan rule that makes it even more difficult for hardworking men and women to save for the future.

Who's afraid of Virginia Foxx and friends? Maybe pro-DOL forces should be but no panic yet

With nine days and counting until President Trump, Conservatives deploy fresh troops in Washington with guns trained on the DOL rule

January 12, 2017 at 12:49 AM

Andy Puzder takes a minimalist approach to the pensions of his workers.

Mum on DOL rule, Labor chief appointee Andy Puzder's 'check-the-box' 401(k) plan at CKE Restaurants speaks volumes

The expensive Mercer-advised pension plan has low participation rates, low balances, no matches and few assets overall

December 13, 2016 at 8:50 PM

Matt Bayley: They needed to have kept proper records and explained themselves in those records.

Will the alternative assets Intel added to its 401(k) plan backfire legally as well as financially?

New lawsuit alleges that spicing the DC plans with $2.5 billion of bets on de facto dark pools of 'shudder'-worthy alternatives cost participants hundreds of millions of dollars

November 12, 2015 at 8:55 PM

Marcia Wagner: I don't want obnoxious crap like that in my contract.

Why exactly DOL's latest action is so shocking to so many brokers -- and even ERISA lawyers -- despite years of warnings

Brokers managing IRA assets never imagined they'd need to make a written promise to do right by investors

April 20, 2015 at 5:42 PM

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