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  • 'Mat' In America: U.S. Manufacture Succeeds for WeatherTech

    'Mat' In America: U.S. Manufacture Succeeds for WeatherTech
    Three minutes into the second quarter of the Super Bowl, soon after a Bank of America ad featuring a new song by U2 and Tim Tebow shilling for T-Mobile, a curious 30-second spot broke the slick run of corporate pitchmen. It looked like a local cable ad: A...
  • Second woman arrested in bank fraud scheme

    Second woman arrested in bank fraud scheme
    A second woman was arrested for her suspected involvement in a multiperson scheme to defraud a woman of more than $80,000 from her TD Bank account. Island Dort, 28, was arrested Thursday for taking part in a scheme that started in fall 2011 where she...
  • Cameroon draws a crowd for World Cup match in Sao Paulo

    Cameroon draws a crowd for World Cup match in Sao Paulo
    Emanuel Ebot, Whellder Guelewar and Pa Suwareh Faye are from Cameroon, Brazil, and Gambia, respectively. But on Friday, they came together at a restaurant in Sao Paulo's growing African immigrant community to cheer on Cameroon's World Cup team, saying...
  • International banking brings jobs

    South Florida is leading a migration of international banking operations to the state, a new study has found. International banking pumped an estimated $2.1 billion into the state economy and helped create 16,774 direct and indirect jobs, according to...
  • Toni R. Killefer, preschool teacher

    Toni R. Killefer, preschool teacher
    Toni L. Killefer, a former preschool teacher who mentored cancer patients and participated in breast cancer research, died Monday of metastatic breast cancer at her Stevenson home. She was 49. "I took care of Toni for a number of years, and she had her...
  • TRLPC: Loan investors wary of rising Libor

    By Natalie Wright NEW YORK (Reuters) - Managers of Collateralized Loan Obligation (CLO) funds and bank loan mutual fund investors are worried that higher U.S. Libor rates will see smaller CLO equity payouts that will reduce managers income and will...
  • Double standard when it comes to U.S. banks and foreign transactions

    If you use U.S. dollars to pay the U.S. subsidiary of an overseas company for a product stored in the U.S., is that a foreign transaction? That question arose after Jay Berman, 74, of Manhattan Beach was slapped with a 3% foreign transaction fee by Bank...
  • Progressive ships location-tracking devices to volunteer policyholders

    Progressive ships location-tracking devices to volunteer policyholders
    It seemed unlikely only a year ago. Big U.S. car insurers had spent the past few years reassuring customers that the monitoring devices they installed in vehicles as a way of rewarding safe driving didn't track location. But as part of a pilot program...
  • Words cannot rid securitized debt of 'bad boy' image in Europe

    By Anil Mayre and Anna Brunetti BARCELONA Spain (Reuters/IFR) - Six years after mind-blowingly complex securitized debt brought the global financial system to its knees, the bankers behind the market are wary of official efforts to rehabilitate it in...
  • EU to toughen up bankers pay rules

    By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union's banking watchdog will toughen up its guidelines on bankers' pay after a study uncovered wide variations in how lenders apply the rules across the 28-country bloc and how banks are avoiding the bonus...
  • Suspect in Bank of America robbery in Eustis captured

    Suspect in Bank of America robbery in Eustis captured
    EUSTIS — Police arrested a 31-year-old man and charged him with armed robbery hours after a Bank of America branch was robbed Thursday. The robber entered the bank about 3:40 p.m. and handed a teller a note, implying he had a gun and demanding...