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  • Where did all the bandits go?

    For decades, Southern California was the undisputed capital of bank robbery. When five Bank of America branches were robbed in under an hour, an FBI agent shrugged and called it "just another day in L.A." It was fodder for national news and Hollywood...
  • GrubHub could be valued at $1.72 billion ahead of IPO

    GrubHub could be valued at $1.72 billion ahead of IPO
    GrubHub Inc said it expects to price its initial public offering of 7.03 million shares at $20 to $22 per share, valuing the largest U.S. online food delivery services provider at up to $1.72 billion. The Chicago-based company said the IPO is expected...
  • Arlington Heights accident site called 'worst place to cross the street'

    Arlington Heights accident site called 'worst place to cross the street'
    Kathy Bass was having coffee with her sister at Starbucks in downtown Arlington Heights on a recent Saturday when she witnessed a scary sight. "There was a wave of people rushing outside, and I turned and saw a baby carrier had fallen out of the...
  • Fairwinds Credit Union customers cope with online-banking outages

    Fairwinds Credit Union customers cope with online-banking outages
    Fairwinds Credit Union's online banking turned into an on-again, off-again system for more than a month recently, frustrating customers for hours at a time as they tried to access their accounts and conduct transactions. "Down again? What is going on...
  • Federal Reserve nominee Stanley Fischer defends Citigroup tenure

    WASHINGTON -- Stanley Fischer, the former Bank of Israel president nominated for the Federal Reserve's No. 2 job, defended his work on Wall Street and told senators at his confirmation hearing Thursday that he understood the effect of economic problems on...
  • Accountability at last! Citi exec's pay slashed -- to $14 million

    You can no longer say that there's no accountability at Wall Street banks. Just ask Manuel Medina-Mora, the co-president of Citigroup, head of its global consumer banking business, and its Mexico chairman, whose pay was slashed last year by more than 7%. ...
  • Utah: Grand twists, turns for hikers in Arches National Park

     Utah: Grand twists, turns for hikers in Arches National Park
    ARCHES NATIONAL PARK, Utah — I am seated on a narrow ledge waiting for the setting sun to add a golden glow to the famous Delicate Arch in Arches National Park. A tripod is wedged between my knees. There is not a lot of room here, and a misstep...
  • Senate committee confirms Stanley Fischer, two other Fed nominees

    Senate committee confirms Stanley Fischer, two other Fed nominees
    The Senate Banking Committee confirmed the nomination of Stanley Fischer, the former president of the Bank of Israel, for the Federal Reserve's No. 2 job and also approved two other nominees to fill seats on the central bank's short-handed board....
  • Target hires information chief, switches to chip-and-PIN MasterCards

    Target hires information chief, switches to chip-and-PIN MasterCards
    Target Corp. is hoping its newly hired chief information officer Bob DeRodes and its plan to switch its in-house payment cards to a more secure chip-and-PIN system from MasterCard Inc. will help it avoid another massive data breach. The Minneapolis...
  • FBI: Robber who stole $10,000 tells bank teller 'You're slow!'

    FBI: Robber who stole $10,000 tells bank teller 'You're slow!'
    A Bronzeville man was arrested this morning and charged with robbing two Loop banks of more than $10,000 last week, according to the FBI. Tracy Lee Wright, 38, was arrested this morning at his home in the 3500 block of South Cottage Grove Avenue,...
  • U.S. appeals court endorses wrist-slaps for bank wrongdoing

    U.S. appeals court endorses wrist-slaps for bank wrongdoing
    U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff, the federal judiciary's most outspoken critic of court settlements that let Wall Street bankers off easy, has been slapped down again. Rakoff, 70, was rebuked Wednesday by federal appellate judges in New York -- his...