- Newsmaker: Faltering 401K's - Designed as portable pension plans, 401K's have appealed to aggressive investors for their tax-deferability, investment flexibility, and high yield. But now, after 20 years, the plans are losing money. Luis Fleites, of the benefits consulting firm Cerulli Associates, says this wake-up call should remind investors to weigh investment risk against return.
- Reporter's Notebook: Wild About Wimbledon - Even the crowd had a different look as Goran Invanisevic, a wild card who barely got into the Wimbledon tennis tournament, won it today. David Croft, sports reporter for the BBC, paints the action as the man ranked 125th in the world used his fast serve and passionate determination to defeat heavily favored Patrick Rafter.
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