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  • Maryland ranks third in U.S. in credit card complaints

    Maryland ranks third in U.S. in credit card complaints
    If you had a complaint about your credit card last year, about billing or fraud, for instance, you were more likely to live in Maryland than North Dakota. Mid-Atlantic residents had the most credit card complaints per capita, with Maryland ranked...
  • Restaurant review: Firebirds in Orlando

    Restaurant review: Firebirds in Orlando
    Firebirds Wood Fired Grill has opened in Orlando's Mills Park. The upscale-casual restaurant serves lunch and dinner and features aged beef, fresh seafood, chicken and ribs seared over local hickory and oak. At first glance the restaurant has a feel...
  • Review: Hamilton's Kitchen in Winter Park

    Review: Hamilton's Kitchen in Winter Park
    I rarely review a restaurant twice within a year of its opening. But I sometimes make an exception when a new chef takes the helm at a prominent location. Hamilton's Kitchen opened in 2013 at Winter Park's Alfond Inn. In May the boutique hotel...
  • Tips for saving money at the amusement park

    Tips for saving money at the amusement park
    It seems we are smack in the middle of amusement park season. I've heard from readers heading to Cedar Point, Holiday World, Disney, Universal and of course, Six Flags. But trips to theme parks can be hard on the family budget. Here are some tips for...
  • Royal Caribbean expands fast Internet to more ships

    Royal Caribbean expands fast Internet to more ships
    More cruise ship passengers can expect Internet service like they're used to at home. Beginning this fall, passengers aboard select Royal Caribbean International ships will be able to plug into a faster satellite-based Internet service powered by global...
  • More companies adding video to personalize online customer service

    More companies adding video to personalize online customer service
    In a hurry on a sizzling July morning, Veronica Vallejos opted for the drive-through ATM at Visterra Credit Union in Moreno Valley. After pulling under a carport, she leaned out her window and found to her surprise, a screen lit up with Regina's smiling...
  • Australia's biggest consumer class action widened to include more banks, customers

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Australian law firm is widening a consumer class action case, already the country's largest, to target five major local and international banks over credit card fees worth as much as A$250 million ($231 million). Maurice...
  • Morgan Stanley sells off entire Potbelly stake: filing

    Morgan Stanley sells off entire Potbelly stake: filing
    Morgan Stanley’s investment management arm appears to have sold all of its shares of Potbelly Corp., according to a filing with U.S. regulators on Friday. At the end of March, Morgan Stanley Investment Management Inc. held more than 2.7 million...
  • Patterson Resigns As CEO Of Bankwell Financial Group

    Peyton R. Patterson, who gained statewide prominence a decade ago leading the conversion of New Haven Savings Bank into a publicly-traded company, has resigned from her current post as chief executive of a New Canaan-based lender, citing personal reasons....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hartford County Private Gardens Open To The Public

    On Saturday, Sept. 6, the public is invited to tour three private gardens in Canton and Glastonbury through the Garden Conservancy's Open Days program; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission to each garden is $5, the Open Day is rain or shine, and no reservations...
  • Financial advisers who act as travel concierges

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Financial advisers at Morgan Stanley, one of the world's largest securities brokerages, do not typically arrange clients' European vacations. But when an ultra-high-net-worth client was planning a family meeting in Tuscany, Deanna...