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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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Aug 15 2013

Widening pension gap looms large for Europe's top firms

LONDON Six of Europe's top 10 companies by revenue are sitting on pension liabilities bigger than a quarter of their stock market value, a Reuters survey has found, highlighting the precarious state of schemes funding the retirements of thousands.

Aug 08 2013

New scheme gets more workers saving for retirement - government

LONDON Initial results for a scheme to get more British workers to save for their retirement by automatically enrolling them in company pension schemes have been better than the government expected, it said on Thursday.

Aug 08 2013

New scheme gets more UK workers saving for retirement - government

LONDON Initial results for a scheme to get more British workers to save for their retirement by automatically enrolling them in company pension schemes have been better than the government expected, it said on Thursday.

Aug 08 2013

New scheme gets more UK workers saving for retirement-government

LONDON, August 8 Initial results for a scheme to get more British workers to save for their retirement by automaticaly enrolling them in company pension schemes have been better than the government expected, it said on Thursday.

Aug 06 2013

Pension deficits still widening at top UK companies

LONDON The pension funding gap of Britain's top companies has widened in the past year despite billions of pounds of corporate cash being injected into retirement schemes, a report said on Tuesday.

Aug 06 2013

Pension deficits still widening at top UK companies: report

LONDON The pension funding gap of Britain's top companies has widened in the past year despite billions of pounds of corporate cash being injected into retirement schemes, a report said on Tuesday.

Aug 06 2013

Pension deficits still widening at top UK companies - report

LONDON The pension funding gap of Britain's top companies has widened in the past year despite billions of pounds of corporate cash being injected into retirement schemes, a report said on Tuesday.

Aug 06 2013

Pension deficits still widening at top UK companies-report

LONDON, Aug 6 The pension funding gap of Britain's top companies has widened in the past year despite billions of pounds of corporate cash being injected into retirement schemes, a report said on Tuesday.

Jul 24 2013

Pension funds cannot jump creditor queue in bankruptcy - court

LONDON Pension scheme members cannot jump ahead of other creditors when a company or bank goes bust, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday in a landmark ruling that clarifies the ranking of creditors in an insolvency.

Jul 24 2013

Pension funds cannot jump creditor queue in bankruptcy

LONDON Pension scheme members cannot jump ahead of other creditors when a company or bank goes bust, the UK's highest court said on Wednesday in a landmark ruling that clarifies the ranking of creditors in an insolvency.

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