2020-11-24 13:00:45| Send2Press Newswire
ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 24, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Independent, full-service employee benefits consulting firm Strategic Benefits Advisors, Inc. (SBA) today welcomed retirement plan consultant Chris Lorino as leader of the firm's defined benefit (DB) administration team. Lorino possesses 30 years' experience providing benefits consulting, trust administration and relationship management services to DB and defined contribution (DC) plan providers.
2020-11-23 13:42:33| Mondaq.Com
On Nov. 5, the federal banking regulatory agencies (the Agencies) gave notice of a proposed rule (the Proposed Rule) that would elevate to the status of a formal rule and enhance the Agencies...
2020-11-23 13:33:34| Mondaq.Com
In 2017, President Trump set out an ambitious environmental deregulatory agenda that did not slow down, even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
2020-11-22 06:23:16| The Economic Times
Sohini Chatterjee, a faculty member at Columbia University who previously served as senior policy advisor in the Obama administration, said in some cases, there will be a "little bit of consistency" as both US President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden believe that India is an important strategic partner in the region.
2020-11-21 17:00:57| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
The US president-elect is reported to have appointed former employees of Facebook and Amazon to his transition teamBefore the US presidential election I wondered aloud if Mark Zuckerberg had concluded that the re-election of Trump might be better for Facebook than a Biden victory. There were several reasons for thinking this. One was the strange way Zuckerberg appeared to be sucking up to Trump: at least one private dinner in the White House; the way he jumped on to Fox News when Twitter first placed a warning on a Trump tweet to say that Facebook would not be doing stuff like that; and the majority report of the House subcommittee on tech monopolies, in which it was clear that the Democrats had it in for the companies.But the most significant piece of evidence for the belief that a Biden administration would finally tackle the tech giants, and Facebook in particular, came in the long interview Biden gave last January to the New York Times, in which he was highly critical of the company. Continue reading...