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  1. LPL eyes more fee-based variable annuities as fiduciary rule looms

    Distribution of more variable annuities in an advisory rather than commission environment could play out as a result of Labor Department regulation.

  2. Calls for 'dry powder' ramp up, but anyone's guess when to deploy it

    Calls for 'dry powder' ramp up, but anyone's guess when to deploy it

  3. Morgan Stanley Hit Hardest in Bank Selloff

    Morgan Stanley Hit Hardest in Bank Selloff

  4. Morgan Stanley Hit Hardest in Bank Selloff

    Morgan Stanley Hit Hardest in Bank Selloff

  5. Stock market's 6-year February win streak on the line

    Stock market's 6-year February win streak on the line

  6. UPDATE: Tumbling Treasury yields point to lower rates for longer

    UPDATE: Tumbling Treasury yields point to lower rates for longer

  7. LPL cuts workforce, delaying raises for employees in 2016

    In moves that indicate across the board belt-tightening at LPL Financial, the company has eliminated as many as 70 jobs and is delaying raises to employees next year by at least six months.

  8. Knowledge@Wharton and Mphasis Announce Knowledge@Wharton’s New eBook “Becoming Digital: Strategies for Business and Personal Transformation”

    Knowledge@Wharton and Mphasis Announce Knowledge@Wharton’s New eBook “Becoming Digital: Strategies for Business and Personal Transformation”

  9. LPL Financial plans to launch robo-adviser in next two months

    Dan Arnold, LPL's president, says the firm plans to launch a robo that won't replace its financial advisers but will "gain a certain amount of the market."

  10. MetLife hits LPL with major raiding suit

    Over 60 brokers have jumped to LPL since October, MetLife alleges; former brokers strike back, accusing the insurance company of poor practices.

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