Denver Newspaper Agency LLP hired Prudential as the first bundled provider of its three defined benefit plans, said April Luber, employee benefits manager. Prudential replaced former trustee and investment manager Wells Fargo, which was invited to rebid, Ms. Luber said. Administration had been handled internally. Trustees wanted to outsource administration and provide participants with online access to their account information, she said. No consultant was used. Ms. Luber declined to disclose the plan assets; the agency has $47 million in pension assets, according to Money Market Directory.