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  • 10 ways to save at South Florida attractions for July 4th weekend

    10 ways to save at South Florida attractions for July 4th weekend
    It's one big party for America's 238th birthday, and we've got three glorious days to celebrate the red, white and blue. Declare your independence from work over the long holiday weekend and act like a tourist with a day trip to a South Florida...
  • Why It Doesn't Make Sense for Weinstein's TV Division to Go Public

    Imagine Harvey Weinstein having to explain his business decisions to Wall Street on a quarterly basis. "I just don't see it," said media analyst Hal Vogel. "It would be fraught with friction considering he's not known to be the friendliest of people when...
  • Sources: Aetna Mulls Sale Of Coventry Health Care Assets

    Aetna is exploring a sale of some of Coventry Health Care's assets worth as much as $1.5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter, a year after it acquired Coventry for $5.6 billion. Aetna Inc., the third largest U.S. health insurer, is...
  • Broward woman's 'love for a con man' leads to guilty verdict in $50M fraud, lawyer says

    Broward woman's 'love for a con man' leads to guilty verdict in $50M fraud, lawyer says
    It was Mae Rabuffo's "love for a con man," her lawyer said, that led to her being carted off to federal prison Thursday moments after a jury found her guilty of conspiring to commit a $50 million mortgage fraud. The Fort Lauderdale grandmother and her...
  • "Bank to stars" City National opens Florida motor sports office

    Bankers, start your engines: City National Bank is opening a branch just north of Daytona Beach, Fla., where NASCAR reigns supreme, to serve the auto-racing industry.  L.A.'s largest bank, noted for its many Hollywood clients, said Wednesday that the...
  • Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper wins bitcoin auction

    Venture capitalist and entrepreneur Tim Draper is rolling in bitcoins after winning a U.S. government auction Monday. He bought 29,656 bitcoins — a new form of digital currency — from a trove that the government seized in a raid of the...
  • Army veteran injured in bomb blast receives mortgage-free home in Clermont

    Army veteran injured in bomb blast receives mortgage-free home in Clermont
    CLERMONT — Army veteran Socheat "Sok" Mom reacted instinctively after a blast from a suicide bomber in Afghanistan. Knocked to the ground bleeding and unconscious, Mom remembers waking up and limping over to help save the other 13 members of his...
  • Fort Lauderdale woman and ex-husband on trial in $50M fraud case

    Fort Lauderdale woman and ex-husband on trial in $50M fraud case
    A Fort Lauderdale grandmother and her ex-husband, who once turned government informant on Genovese organized crime associates, are hoping a jury will clear them of federal charges that they operated a $50 million mortgage fraud conspiracy. Domenico...
  • TRLPC: U.S. leveraged buyout loans may reflect Fed, OCC disparities

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Scrutiny by U.S. regulators is reshaping the leveraged loan market as bankers complain that the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency enforces leveraged lending guidance more stringently than the Federal Reserve. U.S....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Bank Of America Donates Land To Hartford Habitat For Humanity

    On Friday, June 13, Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity broke ground on a single family home in West Hartford. Bank of America donated the land, and the home is expected to be completed in the summer of 2015. In addition to helping build their future home,...
  • Serial identity thief testifies about bizarre plot but jury doesn't buy his tale

    Serial identity thief testifies about bizarre plot but jury doesn't buy his tale
    The last time that Jeffrey Groover gave sworn testimony, he got a day pass from federal prison to lecture a U.S. Senate committee on how to stop convicted identity thieves like him from committing crimes. But the South Florida man apparently paid no...