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ORANGE -- Orange County's top prosecutor said Thursday an alleged auto dealership scam, which resulted in felony charges, left banks on the hook by pumping up the value of used cars and victimized buyers who were manipulated into loans they could not...
Tags: KTLA, Personal Data Collection, Finance, Trials, Politics
Sun National StaffAfter the conference call to his employees, after he briefed the stock analysts and the media and watched Wall Street exult over the prospect of Legg Mason Inc. morphing into the world's fifth-largest money manager, Raymond A. "Chip" Mason sat down and...
Times Staff WritersJohn Fuchs was checking his 401(k) account online one afternoon when he saw something that seemed amiss. Listed along with his regular contributions was a $48 charge, in red. That's odd, he thought. Why would anyone be taking money out of his account?...
South Florida Sun-SentinelThe storm has passed, your insurance claim has been submitted and the adjuster has made a visit. After Hurricane Wilma, many South Florida Sun-Sentinel readers still had plenty of questions about the claims process. Here are answers to some of those...
The newest bank branch in Chicago is offering a smoothie with that savings account. To bring in new customers, an orange-saturated ING Direct Cafe will soon open at the southwest corner of Chestnut and Wabash Streets in what will be the fifth U.S....
Of The Morning CallWhen Charline Pillinger thinks about the cozy twin home in North Catasauqua she bought two years ago, she finds it hard to believe how quickly her little bit of the American dream turned into a nightmare. Pillinger, a dental assistant, and boyfriend...
Sun StaffOne can imagine tense, closed-door negotiations between a small cadre of Legg Mason Inc. and Citigroup Inc. executives, hunched over calculators and paperwork, trying to decide how the companies would swap parts of their businesses. But that's just it...
Of The Morning CallCitigroup: 70,000. Wachovia: 10,000. Merrill Lynch: 5,100. Some of the biggest names in finance have been forced to shed thousands of jobs from their banking, mortgage and brokerage arms amid the economic calamity roiling the world's markets. Even...
Sun reporterSome national and regional banks are dropping as customers check-cashing operations and other money-service businesses over concerns the firms aren't following federal guidelines meant to thwart money laundering and terrorist financing. Without banking...
Consumers paid $17.5 billion in overdraft fees on their bank and credit union accounts in 2006, up from an estimated $10.3 billion in 2005, a new study by a non-profit group shows. Durham, N.C.-based Center for Responsible Lending, whose mission is to...
The Hartford CourantWhat can you make with cheap crawfish, garlic, canned mushrooms and honey? A class action lawsuit, say U.S. food producers who are suing The Hartford and other insurers for nearly $1 billion in damages. The suit, filed Tuesday, spotlights how the...
Tags: Mushrooms, Commerce, Trials, Insurance, Trade Policy
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