ABB Ltd.'s Former CEO to Head Align Technology
Samsung SDI and ABB Form Strategic Microgrid Commercial Alliance
Statoil Awards ABB NOK1.1 Billion Power Supply Contract
Research and Markets: Switchgears - Global Strategic Business Report 2015: LV Switchgear, MV Switchgear & HV Switchgear
Annual General Meeting in Haldex Aktiebolag (Publ)
How plan sponsors choose to delegate responsibilities can impact their degree of liability.
China's factories are building a robot nation
Research and Markets: Global Magnetic Flowmeter Market 2014-2020: Type (In-Line, Insertion, Low Flow), Component (Flow Tube, Sensing Electrodes), Application (Water & Wastewater, Food & Beverages, Chemicals, Pulp & Paper)
The answer to the complexity, inefficiency, and unnecessarily expensive practice of revenue-sharing so well exposed in Tussey v. ABB is to simply do away with revenue-sharing, writes W. Scott Simon of Prudent Investor Advisors.
The Tussey v. ABB ruling raises the importance of implementing a fiduciary 'circuit-breaker' for plan sponsors that wish to off-load fiduciary responsibility for the selection, monitoring, and replacement of a plan's investment options.