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As Bear Stearns becomes the latest corporate giant to implode, a new group of employees must face retirement with far less savings than they anticipated. While the Bear Stearns debacle is reminiscent of Enron Corp.’s $2 billion pension disaster, it highlights a different potential employee investment drama. How will retirement savings held in Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)–such as the one at Bear Stearns–fare if more companies disappear into the mortgage morass.

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