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Sunday Jul 22, 2012 Last week's column about the need for an intergenerational wealth and debt deal struck a nerve. I was swamped with comments from outraged baby boomers telling me to stop the blame-gaming. I was told to get back in my box with the
Aussie baby boomers expect to run out of money during their retirement, with most failing to fully estimate what funds they need for life after work...And while it's possible that financial markets might come good and help superannuants double their
Wednesday Jul 18, 2012 As one baby boomer to another I want to send John Key a message to "Get over yourself and take urgent steps to ensure generational equity in New Zealand before the generational war being hyped up elsewhere in the media takes
The research showed younger generations are not shopping the same way as their parents and grandparents. "We usually shop at Ralphs and Vallarta. You know nig name stores," said Arturo Mejia while loading his car with groceries...Younger generations
I have been thinking lately about the Millennials, those born in the 1980s and 1990s. Like my parent's generation, born at the beginning of the last century, they are coming of age in the midst of the worst economic times since the Great Depression.
They came of age in the drug-fueled psychedelic 1960s, and faced adulthood's pressures as medications became a common way to deal with anxiety, pain and stress. Now baby boomers are in danger of becoming the Hooked Generation as they move into old
Earlier this month, Pfizer debuted a much talked-about site, GetOld.com , which sought to understand the changing ideas, thoughts and biases of the older generation. The Pfizer campaign , which was intended to create a dialogue around getting older
Minneapolis to give baby boomers more time to cross the road Updated The city of Minneapolis is adding a couple of extra seconds at many traffic lights to give aging baby boomers more time to cross the street, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports.
They settled down in a rambling, split-level house in the leafy suburbs of northern Virginia and raised two sons, now grown. But they struggled over the years to communicate and connect, they say, and they slowly grew apart. When one son and his wife
June 21, 2012 Crain's continued its 2012 Ideas at Dawn Business Breakfast Series on Thursday morning with a panel discussion on ways to bridge the generational gap in the workplace. The breakfast, sponsored by Kent State University and underwritten,