Dale Kasler

Sacramento Bee

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Business and economics reporter for the Sacramento Bee

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The gold-plated promise used to be that a career in government meant a guaranteed safe and sound pension.

Detroit's Bankruptcy Ruling Could Have a Big Impact in California

The gold-plated promise used to be that a career in government meant a guaranteed safe and sound pension.

from Which Way, L.A.?

California largest public retirement system,  CalPERS , stands to lose $500 million on a New York real estate deal that's about to go bust.

CalPERS Investigating $50 Million Paid to Former Board Member

California largest public retirement system, CalPERS , stands to lose $500 million on a New York real estate deal that's about to go bust.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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