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December 13, 2018

Diversity and financial wellness: Prudential study explores financial lives of Americans by race, gender, sexual identity, caregiver status

-Bright spots and areas of optimism exist within traditionally underserved groups in the face of income inequality, retirement insecurity and household debt, new data from Prudential Financial, Inc. ( NYSE: PRU ) reveals. The in-depth exploration of data from Prudential’s Financial Wellness Census™ highlights the dramatic differences in the experiences of diverse populations within the U.S., many of whom were disproportionately impacted by the 2008 financial crisis.

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June 14, 2018

Female Millennials Have 34% Less Saved Than Their Male Counterparts

And millennial women are also far more risk-averse,

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June 14, 2018

Millennials Learned to Save, But Now How to Invest

Half of Millennials expect to retire with financial stability, although most admit they do not know how to successfully invest.

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April 3, 2018

Poll may help Commonwealth Institute’s chief get more women in the C-suites

Efforts to bring more women into the C-suite have been slow to gain traction in Massachusetts. Elizabeth Hailer is hoping to step up the pace a bit with the help of a recent survey conducted by Chadwick Martin Bailey.

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December 13, 2017

The Gay Wage Gap Is Both Real and Invisible

The glossy TV and pop culture images of high-earning, luxe-living gay men and lesbians hide a darker reality of low wages and financial insecurity.

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November 10, 2017

PNC Survey Reveals Emotions Influence Planning, Life Goals, Retirement

A new survey from The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: PNC) revealed that a substantial number of those considered to be "successful savers" are confident they will achieve their life goals in retirement and identified key priorities for realizing them.

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November 9, 2017

AdWeek: Can Jägermeister’s Bold Rebranding Effort Shake Off the Brand’s Long-Standing Frat Bro Image?

As Jagermeister's rebrand suggests, brands should consider the questions consumers are really asking themselves. They aren't just asking "What brand do I want to use?" At a deeper level, they're asking, "Do I want to be the kind of person who uses this brand?"

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June 29, 2016

Inc.: How Startups Can Make It Easier for LGBT Workers to Save Money

Despite being offered many of the same benefits as heterosexual couples, a growing number of LGBT workers still struggle financially. Here's how employers can help. Research from CMB for Prudential.

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March 16, 2016

eMarketer: Younger US Internet Users More Plugged in to Digital, Mobile Banking

Nearly half (46%) of US internet users ages 21 to 30 have a student loan, as opposed to just 17% of those 31 or older, according to September 2015 polling from Chadwick Martin Bailey. Just 18% of the former have a mortgage, while nearly half of those over 30 do.

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January 19, 2016

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta—Mobile Wallets: Is This the Year?

In our 2015 year-end retrospective post, we commented on the slow pace of adoption of mobile payments despite the introduction of several major mobile wallets. While some consumer research continues to point to widespread consumer usage of mobile wallets in the coming years, we have seen similar projections from past research fail to materialize.

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