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Sterling Management - Glendale
Topic: How you go about determining the pay of any employee. Kevin Wilson, CEO of Sterling Chase Wilson, Senior Consultant Sterling Sterling has been doing management consulting for over 30 years.
Behind the Rising Costs of Long-Term-Care Insurance
Long-term-care insurance was supposed to help seniors pay for costly nursing homes and personal aides. Now the industry is imploding. What’s at stake for more than 7 million Americans who own the policies? Illustration: Laura Kammermann/The Wall Street Journal