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John Tus, treasurer and VP; Kathleen Winters, controller and VP; and Harsh Bansal, VP, investments.

In the wake of the global recession, which battered pension plan assets, Honeywell International changed its approach to managing its defined-benefit plan. Last November, the $36 billion manufacturing and technology company broke from the pack and said that it would begin to use mark-to-market accounting for the plan, which had obligations of about $19 billion at the end of 2010.

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