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Zimbabwe gives ousted president retirement package
Zimbabwe's ousted president Robert Mugabe will get a residence, a car fleet and private air travel as part of a new government-funded retirement package for former leaders, state media reported Thursday.
Federer drops surprise retirement hint
Roger Federer hinted he has retired from the Davis Cup again while also suggesting he will not play another Olympics.
Federer opens up on retirement: This is when I’ll call it a day
Roger Federer said he will retire from tennis when his mind and body tells him to.
Bolt confident of victory ahead of final race
Usain Bolt claimed that nothing will change his mind on retirement, not even defeat in the upcoming World Athletics Championships in London.
Retirement income gender gap widens to £6,400 a year
Women expecting to retire this year will on average be £6,400 a year worse off than men — with the gap £1,000 bigger than last year — according to new research.
US states want to give gentle push on retirement saving
How to get people to save for retirement? There are two schools of thought: cajole and educate, or give people a little push in the right direction.
Women face stark realities in retirement
Two facts about women and retirement have haunted me for some time now.
Fury makes retirement U-turn
Controversial world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury made an abrupt U-turn on his retirement decision on Monday, tweeting: "I'm here to stay."
Only one-third of Americans feel prepared for retirement
About a third of Americans age 50 or older expect to outlive their retirement savings, according to a recent survey by the Associated Press- National Opinion Research Center (NORC) for Public Affairs Research.
Retirement includes work for many older Americans
Departing the workforce entirely and entering retirement at age 65 is no longer a reality for many older people in the United States, according to a recent survey by the Associated Press- National Opinion Research Center (NORC) for Public Affairs Research.
How playing video games can change retirement
The teenagers who were hooked on Pac-Man in the arcades and amusement parks of the early 1970s are getting ready for retirement, but many of them have never stopped playing video games. In fact, it doesn't look like they are going to stop gaming anytime soon.
Retirement might not agree with your health
Seniors who keep working appear healthier than those who quit the workforce, new research suggested.
Floyd relaxed on retirement
Floyd Mayweather insists he is having ‘no second thoughts’ about retiring after his upcoming clash with Andre Berto.
Van Gaal: ‘I must retire in 2017’
Louis van Gaal will retire in 2017 even if he is offered a huge contract by a wealthy Qatari club, because he promised his wife he would call it a day.
Livelihood of employees under threat
Based on the latest statistics, Iran's state-run organizations have about 2.4 million employees while estimates show at least 17 million are working in the private sector.

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