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Inflated resume claims prompt review of top CalPERS official

The headquarters of the California Public Employees' Retirement System in Sacramento is shown. The next chief investment officer at the nation’s largest public pension fund will have a shot to earn $1.77 million in a single year, about 50 percent more than the executive in that post today can collect in wages and bonuses.
The headquarters of the California Public Employees' Retirement System in Sacramento is shown. The next chief investment officer at the nation’s largest public pension fund will have a shot to earn $1.77 million in a single year, about 50 percent more than the executive in that post today can collect in wages and bonuses. Sacramento Bee file

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