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  • FDIC official says big banks trying scare tactics on capital rules

    FDIC official says big banks trying scare tactics on capital rules
    WASHINGTON -- The nation's largest banks are trying to scare the public about the impact of tougher capital requirements proposed by U.S. regulators, a top Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. official said Tuesday. Requiring the eight largest banks to...
  • Banks report $51 billion in consumer relief in mortgage settlement

    Banks report $51 billion in consumer relief in mortgage settlement
    WASHINGTON -- Five large banks said they have given $51.3 billion in relief to consumers under a landmark settlement of foreclosure-abuse complaints that is almost finished providing assistance to homeowners, the official monitor of the deal said...
  • Airline miles: Credit card offer comes with ticking clock

    Airline miles: Credit card offer comes with ticking clock
    It looked a sweet deal: Citibank would give Ole 50,000 American Airlines miles if he took out a new credit card. The only catch was that he'd have to spend at least $3,000 over three months. ASK LAZ: Smart answers to consumer questions Ole had no...
  • Kaiser's Obamacare rates surprise analysts

    In California's new state-run health insurance market, Kaiser Permanente will cost you. The healthcare giant has the highest rates in Southern California and some other areas of the state, surpassing rivals such as Anthem Blue Cross and other smaller...
  • Emanuel halts Midway privatization bidding

    Emanuel halts Midway privatization bidding
    After picking two finalists for a lucrative lease of Midway Airport, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration Thursday abruptly halted its efforts to take the transportation hub private. Emanuel spokeswoman Sarah Hamilton said one group vying for the deal...
  • COPT unit to sell $250 million in notes

    Corporate Office Properties L.P., the operating partnership of Columbia-based Corporate Office Properties Trust, will issue $250 million on senior unsecured notes. The notes, due Feb. 15, 2024, will pay an interest rate of 5.25 percent. Corporate...
  • Orlando couple win $3.1M award from Citigroup Global

    Orlando couple win $3.1M award from Citigroup Global
    Federal arbitrators have awarded $3.1 million to an Orlando couple who accused Citigroup Global Markets Inc. and a former local broker of misconduct in steering them into ill-fated real-estate investments with a prominent politician, Lawton "Bud" Chiles...
  • The next financial crisis

    The next financial crisis
    Five years ago, this week, the world of finance and economics changed forever. At least that's the story. It started with a sad milestone in Wall Street history: the fall of the House of Lehman. Between Sept. 13 and Sept. 20, 2008, Lehman Bros., the...
  • Lawyers in Michael Jackson wrongful-death suit can't mask animosity

    Lawyers in Michael Jackson wrongful-death suit can't mask animosity
    Brian Panish was indignant as the two men argued in the judge's chambers. "Judge," the Michael Jackson family attorney snapped, "if I want to give him the finger, I know how to give him the finger." "And you did it quite well twice," replied Marvin...
  • Arsenic in apple juice: FDA proposes limiting level of toxic metal

    Arsenic in apple juice: FDA proposes limiting level of toxic metal
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has proposed limiting how much arsenic can be in apple juice sold to Americans. The agency is acting in the wake of a Consumer Reports analysis on levels of the potentially poisonous metal in the popular fruit drink. ...
  • Putting off retirement cuts chances of dementia, study says

    Putting off retirement cuts chances of dementia, study says
    Baby boomers take note: For every year you put off retirement, your chances of developing Alzheimer's disease or other types of dementia are cut by 3%. The findings are the result of a massive French study, which looked at the records of 429,000...