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  3. 401(k) - Wikipedia

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    A 401(k) plan may have a provision in its plan documents to close the account of former employees who have low account balances. Almost 90% of 401(k) plans have such a provision. [30] As of March 2005, a 401(k) plan may require the closing of a former employee's account if and only if the former employee's account has less than $1,000 of vested ...

  4. President Biden on Wednesday announced plans for a 4.6 percent average pay raise for civilian federal employees in 2023. In a letter announcing the plans to Congress, the presi… careers

  5. T-Mobile US - Wikipedia

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    T-Mobile US, Inc. is an American wireless network operator headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas and Bellevue, Washington, U.S. Its largest shareholder is a multinational telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom AG, which as of August 2022, holds 48.4 percent of the common stock.

  6. Amazon (company) - Wikipedia

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    As of December 2020, it is not hiring delivery drivers as employees. [139] Rakuten Intelligence estimated that in 2020 in the United States, the proportion of last-mile deliveries was 56% by Amazon's directly contracted services (mostly in urban areas), 30% by the U.S. Postal Service (mostly in rural areas), and 14% by UPS . [140]

  7. PepsiCo - Wikipedia

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    Water usage (India, U.S., U.K.) PepsiCo's usage of water was the subject of controversy in India in the early and mid-2000s, in part because of the company's alleged impact on water usage in a country where water shortages are a perennial issue. In this setting, PepsiCo was perceived by India-based environmental organizations as a company that ...

  8. Tesla, Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Tesla, Inc. (/ ˈ t ɛ s l ə / TESS-lə or / ˈ t ɛ z l ə / TEZ-lə) is an American multinational automotive and clean energy company headquartered in Austin, Texas.Tesla designs and manufactures electric vehicles (electric cars and trucks), battery energy storage from home to grid-scale, solar panels and solar roof tiles, and related products and services.

  9. Comcast - Wikipedia

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    In February 1998, Comcast sold its U.K. division to NTL for US$600 million, along with the division's $397 million in debt. In 1999, Comcast sold Comcast Cellular to SBC Communications for $400 million, releasing them from $1.27 billion in debt.