Technicolor Inc., North Hollywood, Calif., allocated an additional $27 million to CIGNA Investments, a domestic equity manager, after terminating MacKay-Shields as a large-cap value U.S. equity manager, said Robin Christensen, CFO. Portfolio style and size were not available. Ms. Christensen said the termination was the result of a current internal review of their $59 million in pension assets and performance was not an issue. The plans other manager, Capital Guardian, which runs $14 million in domestic fixed income, will be retained after completion of the review, although further changes are expected, she said. The review is expected to be completed by August.