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California Public Employees' Retirement System

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  • Turmoil at Pimco bruises its brand

    Turmoil at Pimco bruises its brand
    For years, Owen Murray believed that Pacific Investment Management Co. was a safe bet for his clients for one big reason. "They were just very, very consistent," said Murray, investment director at a financial advisory firm for wealthy individuals in...
  • California pension funds are running dry

     California pension funds are running dry
    A decade ago, many of California's public pension plans had plenty of money to pay for workers' retirements. All that has changed, according to a far-reaching package of data from the state controller. Taxpayers are now on the hook for billions of...
  • H.B. council hopeful Posey wants fewer prohibitions, more businesses

    H.B. council hopeful Posey wants fewer prohibitions, more businesses
    Huntington Beach City Council candidate Michael Posey says he's had enough of the council banning consumer items — from plastic bags to sales of cats and dogs. He said he and many residents he has heard from are fed up with council members...
  • Kuehl, Shriver each made their mark

    Kuehl, Shriver each made their mark
    For Bobby Shriver, homelessness has always been an issue close to his heart. He made it a central focus during his years on the Santa Monica City Council. But his dogged campaign alienated some would-be allies and, former colleagues say, ultimately made...
  • CalPERS board strips Priya Mathur of posts after ethics law violations

    CalPERS board strips Priya Mathur of posts after ethics law violations
    The country's richest public pension fund has stripped one of its 13 members of her posts on its board of administration after she repeatedly violated California's political ethics laws. Rob Feckner, board president of the California Public Employees'...
  • Commentary: Consultant is obfuscating Newport financial data

    While Newport Beach's issuance of debt for the Civic Center and park occurred in November 2010, before I was even on the council, political consultant Dave Ellis' slate of City Council candidates (who never said a peep for four years) now question whether...
  • Commentary: City charter could lead to costly elections, lawsuits

    We all agree that there is a major problem with the underfunded public pension obligations in Costa Mesa and that something needs to be done. We do not all agree on the solution, and some have sought to make corrections through the proposed charter,...
  • Watchdog to weigh quadrupling of fine against CalPERS board member

    Watchdog to weigh quadrupling of fine against CalPERS board member
    California's political watchdog agency will consider quadrupling a fine against newly reelected CalPERS board Vice President Priya Mathur for failing to file timely campaign finance reports for 2012 and 2013. The proposed penalty follows a decision by...
  • Ethics watchdog agency to weigh fine for CalPERS board vice president

    Ethics watchdog agency to weigh fine for CalPERS board vice president
    California’s political watchdog agency will consider quadrupling a fine against newly reelected CalPERS board Vice President Priya Mathur for failing to file timely campaign finance reports for 2012 and 2013. The proposed penalty follows a...
  • Stockton pension ruling: More bark than bite?

    A federal bankruptcy judge's decision that Stockton could toss out its contract with CalPERS, the state's giant pension fund, may lead to deep cuts in workers' and retirees' pensions, even though the city didn't ask for any cuts at all. It also could lead...
  • Cities may use bankruptcy to cut worker pensions

    Cities may use bankruptcy to cut worker pensions
    Financially pressed California cities might turn to bankruptcy as a way to cut their increasing pension costs after a judge's ruling, experts said Thursday. Analysts from Moody's Investor Services, a bond rating firm, said that Wednesday's ruling by a...