• The One Time It’s OK To Job Hop In Your 50s
    Fortune - Mar 1
    Once taboo, job-hopping is now normal even for workers past age 50—and new research shows that switching jobs mid- or late-career boosts retirement security. There’s just one catch: Job changing at a later age generally... Read »
    8 months ago
  • How Work Will Change When Most Of Us Live To 100
    HBR - Jun 28
    Today in the United States there are 72,000 centenarians. Worldwide, probably 450,000. If current trends continue, then by 2050 there will be more than a million in the US alone. According to the work of demographer... Read »
    1 year ago
  • Why Retirement Is A Flawed Concept
    HBR - Apr 13
    Every day there’s another article about how all of our retirements are doomed. Public pension promises in the U.S. vastly exceed their ability to pay. We now need nearly $400,000 at age 65 just to cover health care costs.... Read »
    1 year ago
  • Is The Upside Potential Of Growth Stocks Worth The...
    Entrepreneur - Mar 15
    Cherish the idea of a little extra cash in your golden years that you’d like to put to work? Maybe you’re nagged by a traditional—if a little dusty—school of thought that says because you’re retired you should be... Read »
    1 year ago
  • Should Older CEOs Be Forced To Retire?
    HBR - Feb 16
    In October 2000, Jack Welch announced the biggest deal of his 20-year tenure as head of GE: a $45 billion merger with Honeywell. Shortly thereafter he was forced to retire, due to GE’s mandatory retirement policy for CEOs... Read »
    1 year ago
  • IG Group CEO To Retire; Earnings Fall
    Market Watch - Jul 21
    IG Group Holdings PLC (IGG.LN) Tuesday said its chief executive is to retire as it posted a fall in earnings on lower revenue, hit by currency effects and higher operating costs. Pre-tax profit for the fiscal year ended... Read »
    2 years ago
  • Spain’s FCC CEO To Leave Company After Summer
    Reuters - Jul 10
    Spanish builder FCC's CEO Juan Bejar has told the firm he plans to leave before the end of the year, a source familiar with the matter said, a move that would see top shareholder Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim tightening his... Read »
    2 years ago
  • Former IBM CEO Heads Up Think Tank
    Businessweek - Apr 2
    You’d think after running one of the most complex corporations in existence, Sam Palmisano might indulge in the usual CEO retirement package—golf, a few blue chip corporate boards, and some prestigious nonprofit work to... Read »
    3 years ago
  • Are You Ready To Work Into Your 70’s?
    Forbes - Jan 16
    The last of the baby boomers turn 50 this year. I hope they enjoy their careers, because it looks like many of them may end up working for the next 15 to 25 years. Read »
    3 years ago
  • Are You Saving Too Much For Retirement?
    CBS - Dec 10
    The conventional retirement planning wisdom may overstate how much Americans need to save by as much as 20 percent, according to a new research report by Morningstar Investments. Read »
    3 years ago
  • When Is The Right Time To Step Down
    Chief Executive - Nov 25
    At some point, many CEOs face this question which confronted Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer when he grappled with how long to continue to run the one-time leader of the tech world. Read »
    3 years ago
  • CEO Retirement: Is 90 The New 80?
    Fortune - Aug 16
    Octogenarian CEOs are so last decade. Meet the new senior senior executives. Read »
    4 years ago
  • Martha Stewart To Boomers: ‘Don’t Retire’
    WSJ - Jun 13
    On Tuesday night, Martha Stewart held a gala at her office in New York City. She told boomers not to retire in order to stay young. Read »
    4 years ago
  • Chief Executives And The Itch To Quit
    Reuters - May 16
    A handful of recent shock departures by CEOs at European companies - none of them under any obvious pressure to quit - suggest some of his peers either lack that vigour, or want to channel it elsewhere. Read »
    4 years ago
  • Why There’s a Gender Gap In Retirement Savings
    Yahoo - May 14
    While the top financial priority for men is to "maintain lifestyle in retirement," for women, the number one goal is to "not become a financial burden to loved ones." Read »
    4 years ago