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Forbes: Health Care's Champions Of Change

First, in November, it joined forces with some unlikely allies--unions and big business--to rally for reform. Divided We Fail, brainchild of the AARP, also counts in its coalition the Service Employees Union, the nation's largest union, with 1.8 million members, and the Business Roundtable, a big-business lobbying group.

Variety: Representatives divided on digital

Among the panelists speaking in the afternoon, only Debra Berlyn, a consultant for the American Assn. for Retired People, concurred with Levine and Schneider. Berlyn said the AARP is trying to make sure that elderly people, particularly those in rural areas, are not left behind as a result of the transition.

Forbes: Post-Retirement Job Hunting

During 2006, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission received 16,548 charges of age discrimination.

USA Today: Haven't saved for retirement? Don't wait another day

Say you're in what some now hopefully call "the new 30s." That means you're in your 50s. And say you've procrastinated so long that you haven't saved enough money for retirement.

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