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  • Newport News financial adviser recognized by LPL Financial

    Newport News financial adviser recognized by LPL Financial
    Jayne Di Vincenzo, an independent financial adviser at Lions Bridge Financial Advisors in Newport News, was named to the LPL Financial Chairman's Club. This distinction is based on a ranking of all registered advisors supported by LPL Financial LLC, the...
  • Housing market a mixed bag of optimism, caution

    Housing market a mixed bag of optimism, caution
    With the spring market underway, it's not just real estate agents trying to get your attention as either buyers or sellers. It's real estate websites. Some of that battle is going on in court between the companies after the merger of Zillow and Trulia....
  • Wall Street workers earned $28.5 billion in bonuses last year

    Wall Street workers earned $28.5 billion in bonuses last year
    The average Wall Street bonus last year rose 2% to $172,860 from a year earlier as the financial industry continues to adjust to an era of tighter regulation and moderating, though still relatively high, profits. In a report Wednesday on Wall Street's...
  • BayPort mergers lead to member growth in 2014

    BayPort mergers lead to member growth in 2014
    Newport News-based BayPort Credit Union is continuing to grow with mergers, more members and new services, the board chairman told shareholders Wednesday night. "We continue to expand," Board Chairwoman Suzanne M. Beckstoffer said at the 87th annual...
  • Chicago's single-family rental market going strong

    Chicago's single-family rental market going strong
    The single-family-home rental market remains on a tear that's expected to continue this year, despite low mortgage rates, slower home price growth and revised government-backed mortgage requirements that could drive more consumers into homeownership....
  • Homebuyer claims diet pills caused auction mistake

    Homebuyer claims diet pills caused auction mistake
    The diet pills may have made her do it. South Orange County resident Mary McKaig said she had been confused after taking "judgment-altering" weight-loss medication for the first time and mistakenly bid more than $100,000 at a Feb. 19 public auction...
  • CPS credit rating takes hit

    CPS credit rating takes hit
    Chicago’s bad week of financial news continued Friday, as a major rating agency downgraded Chicago Public Schools’ debt to just one level above junk status. Moody’s Investors Service downgraded $6.3 billion in CPS debt two notches to...
  • Boca Raton builder planning Tara Cove townhomes in West Palm

    Boca Raton builder planning Tara Cove townhomes in West Palm
    First-time homebuyers and former owners who lost homes during the housing bust will have a new option in West Palm Beach. Tara Cove, along Military Trail north of Okeechobee Boulevard, features three- and four-bedroom townhomes priced from $264,900 to...
  • Anthem Hack: Health Care Records Make Fertile Field For Cyber Crime

    Those seemingly harmless medical forms everyone fills out before seeing a doctor can lead to identity theft if they get into the wrong hands. Names, birth dates and — more importantly — Social Security numbers can help hackers open fake...
  • Baltimore middle-schoolers learn stock market basics

    Baltimore middle-schoolers learn stock market basics
    Khyree Desaque, a seventh-grader at Hampden Elementary/Middle School, is learning a skill many adults find foreign — how to trade on the stock market. "He's all in on Sony," said the 12-year-old's father and the school's principal, Khaleel...
  • Lauderhill considers banking program

     Lauderhill considers banking program
    Lauderhill, which has a sizable number of unbanked and underbanked households, is currently working on a program that will encourage people to depend on mainstream financial institutions, such as banks and credit unions. About 50 percent of the city's...