Personal Capital Honors National Financial Planning Month Through New Strategic Partnerships and “Financial Heroes” Campaign | News

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Personal Capital, an Empower Company, a remote-first, industry-leading digital wealth manager, unveiled today it’s “Financial Heroes” campaign in an effort to promote financial literacy and financial empowerment. The campaign will coincide with National Financial Planning Month in October to bring awareness to the importance of having a solid financial plan and access to resources, especially in times of crisis. 

The company announced strategic partnerships with 2x Pro Basketball All-Star Baron Davis and CEO of travel experiences company Peek.com, Ruzwana Bashir. The pair will be the new faces of the integrated campaign which will include print and online advertising, content and virtual events.

“To partner with Davis and Bashir was an easy decision,” said Porter Gale, Chief Marketing Officer at Personal Capital. “Money continues to be a taboo subject, and through the platforms of Davis and Bashir, and their passion

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Personal Capital Honors National Financial Planning Month Through New Strategic Partnerships and “Financial Heroes” Campaign

The company announced strategic partnerships with 2x Pro Basketball All-Star Baron Davis and CEO of travel experiences company Peek.com, Ruzwana Bashir. The pair will be the new faces of the integrated campaign which will include print and online advertising, content and virtual events.

“To partner with Davis and Bashir was an easy decision,” said Porter Gale, Chief Marketing Officer at Personal Capital. “Money continues to be a taboo subject, and through the platforms of Davis and Bashir, and their passion for raising awareness around financial literacy, we can spark a conversation that encourages more people to find financial empowerment.”

After a 17-year career as a professional basketball player, Davis is now on a path defined by entrepreneurship, investing, philanthropy, and activism. The founder of several companies, including Sports Lifestyle in Culture (SLIC), The Black Santa Company, Business Inside the Game (BIG) and No Label, Davis will use his

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The Kraft Heinz Company Unveils Its Strategic Transformation Plan, Updates 2020 Outlook, and Provides Long-term Financial Algorithm

Today, Miguel Patricio, Chief Executive Officer of The Kraft Heinz Company (Nasdaq: KHC) (“Kraft Heinz” or the “Company”), and members of his senior leadership team are unveiling a transformation of the Company. A new strategy, operating model and key initiatives signal a fundamental shift in its approach to growing its brands and its business at a global scale. The Company also is establishing a long-term financial profile and updating its third quarter and full year 2020 financial outlook.

“I am extremely confident that unlocking the power of scale with agility, combined with our new operating model, will return Kraft Heinz to consistent and sustainable growth,” said Patricio. “We are placing the consumer at the center of everything we do, leveraging our greatest assets, strengthening our partnerships, generating fuel that funds growth investments like our 30% increase in marketing spend, and creating a clear path to rebuilding Kraft Heinz into the … Read More

South Shore Health hires investment bank to explore strategic options

The parent company of South Shore Hospital said Wednesday that a merger with another health care network is among the options likely on the table as it begins the second phase of a strategic review.



a car parked in front of a building: South Shore Hospital in South Weymouth.


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South Shore Hospital in South Weymouth.

Rose Di Pietro, interim chief executive of South Shore Health, said in an e-mail to employees that the nonprofit health system has hired investment bank Cain Brothers to “help sharpen our focus on exploring opportunities for future direction.”

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The move is the next step in a review that begin in January with an eye toward how to adapt to changes in the health care industry. That effort was slowed by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

In an interview, Di Pietro said South Shore Health has “no preconceived notions” on what steps it may take as a result of the review being done

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