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Charles Schwab
The IAFF voted at the 52nd Annual Convention to support California’s effort to remove Charles Schwab from the Board of Charles Schwab. It has come to light that Mr. Schwab “personally contributed $6.4 million to a ‘dark money campaign’ in support of Proposition 32, the viciously anti-labor ballot initiative on the 2012 California Ballot…Mr. Read More...
Omaha police and fire pension board firm on 8 percent return
Omaha police and fire pension board firm on 8 percent return By Matt Wynn WORLD-HERALD STAFF WRITER After taking criticism for overly optimistic expectations, Omaha's police and fire pension board passed a resolution Thursday saying it stands by its practice of planning for annual investment returns of 8 percent. Read More...
 
 
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