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Magazine articles on politics and society in the United States.
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Registered Rep.
April 28, 2015
David Armstrong
Editor's Letter: May 2015 It's worth looking at the so-far relatively muted response of the industry to the Department of Labor's second go around in proposing new fiduciary regulations for financial advisors to retirement accounts. mark for My Articles 1054 similar articles
Registered Rep.
April 17, 2015
Megan Leonhardt
DOL Moves Industry Closer to Harmonization The Department of Labor's proposal may represent the first step in a harmonized fiduciary standard by maintaining flexibility of business models. mark for My Articles 668 similar articles
Registered Rep.
April 15, 2015
Megan Leonhardt
Regulators Concerned B/Ds Recommending Unsuitable Products to Seniors With seniors more dependent than ever on their investments for retirement, regulators have found a number of broker/dealers may have recommended unsuitable products and not adequately disclosed risks. mark for My Articles 284 similar articles
Fast Company
John Paul Titlow
New York City Plans To Give Residents $70 Million Worth Of Wi-Fi In an effort to further bridge the New York City's digital divide, the de Blasio administration is spending $70 million to expand cheap, high-speed broadband across the five boroughs, the city announced today. mark for My Articles 388 similar articles
National Defense
June 2015
Stew Magnuson
Double Down on Military Basic Research Cutting basic and applied research accounts at government-funded labs that create such technologies is shortsighted. If anything, the budget request should be doubling down. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
National Defense
June 2015
Yasmin Tadjdeh
Underwater Drone Manufacturers Eye New Power Technologies Experts agree that the future of unmanned underwater vehicles is bright, with more investment expected from both the government and commercial sector. However, power generation continues to be a conundrum for engineers. mark for My Articles 339 similar articles
Information Today
April 30, 2015
NEH Provides Humanities in the Public Square Grant Program This is a grant opportunity designed to "put humanities scholars in direct dialogue with the public on some of the most pressing issues of today." mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 29, 2015
Rebecca Trager
US environment body criticized for persecuting 9/11 dust whistleblower The US Environmental Protection Agency has been rebuked by a Department of Labor judge for concealing evidence that dust from the World Trade Center wreckage was toxic in the case of a senior agency chemist who was fired several years ago. mark for My Articles 83 similar articles
Fast Company
May 2015
Mary Pilon
Planned Parenthood's President On Reproductive Rights: "These Issues Shouldn't Be Partisan Issues" We sat down with Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards to discuss crises, politics, and good female mentors. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 27, 2015
Mark Peplow
An unfortunate oversight Transparent and effective third-party oversight is one of the surest ways of securing trust in an industry. Yet in the US, where chemicals are regulated under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA, pronounced 'Tosca'), that oversight is sadly lacking. mark for My Articles 176 similar articles
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