|1. Cash Leaking Out of 401(k) Plans at Alarming Rate|
|A quarter of money socked away for retirement comes out early, much of it subject to penalties and income taxes. For many, the venerable 401(k) is just too darned inefficient|
By SAM DOLNICK
A company with ties to Gov. Chris Christie dominates New Jersey’s system of large halfway houses. There has been little state oversight, despite widespread problems.
Starting next week, Verizon will double the early-termination fee for smartphones. That is, if you get a BlackBerry, Android or similar phone from Verizon, and you decide to switch phones before your two-year contract is up, you'll be socked with a $350 penalty (it used to be $175).
Why Google threw Overstock in the penalty box
Matt Cutts, the head of Google's webspam team, wields major power over Google's search results. By Julianne Pepitone, staff reporterApril 25, 2011: 2:55 PM ET NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Web retailer Overstock.com, which never does anything quietly, ...
Altman socked him, and the man splashed into a swimming pool.
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- ((略式))[動](他)1 …を強く打つ；〈人に〉（石などを）投げつける((with ...)) sock a person with a stone石を人に投げつける I socked him...
v., socked, sock·ing, socks. v.tr.
To hit or strike forcefully; punch.
To deliver a blow.
A hard blow or punch.
sock it to (someone) Slang.
- To deliver a forceful comment, reprimand, or physical blow to someone else.
attack or make a forceful impression on someone.
hucksterism was in his genes.
hucksterSeller of a good or service who will try to sell anything by making misleading promises and assurances. An example is a peddler who will make any kind of guarantee to a tourist to make the sale.
An area to the side of an ice-hockey rink in which penalized players wait out the time of their penalties.