When the Department of Labor fiduciary rule was finalized last year, Betterment CEO Jon Stein was among the digital-first executives celebrating its signing in Washington.
But on Monday, instead of observing the rule going into effect, Stein was flanked by fiduciary rule supporters at Betterment's midtown Manhattan office, saddened by its 60-day delay and mulling its potential repeal.
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