The tough luck drags on for workers at America's biggest corporations - when it comes to their 401(k) match.

A story in this morning's WSJ reveals that companies are taking their sweet time to restore defined contribution plan matches, citing lack of clarity in the economy or the more important goal of increasing shareholder dividends.

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