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  • Discover card shares top spot in J.D. Power satisfaction ranking

    Discover card shares top spot in J.D. Power satisfaction ranking
    For the first time since 2007, American Express must share a J.D. Power award for highest customer satisfaction of credit-card companies. Riverwoods-based Discover Financial Services was in a dead heat with American Express for the top score in the 2014...
  • Take steps to limit damage if hackers snare your data

     Take steps to limit damage if hackers snare your data
    You might have gone to a supermarket, mailed a package at UPS or gone to a restaurant or hospital and thought nothing about holding your wallet tightly. Yet, a thief might have preyed on you anyway. And if you are like millions of Americans, you are...
  • Sitting Down With Bank Of America CEO Brian Moynihan

    Sitting Down With Bank Of America CEO Brian Moynihan
    Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan stopped recently in Farmington to visit a major office of the bank's home equity lending business. In the past 18 months, the location has added 200 employees, for a total of 650, most of them in home equity. More...
  • WNBA Eastern Conference finals: Sky vs. Fever

    WNBA Eastern Conference finals: Sky vs. Fever
    Best-of-three Game 1: 6 p.m. Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse; NBA TV. Game 2: 3 p.m. Monday at Allstate Arena; NBA TV. Game 3: 6 p.m. Wednesday at Bankers Life Arena; NBA TV (if necessary). At stake: Winner meets either Phoenix or defending...
  • Real estate notebook: Trophy office buildings sell in Palm Beach County

    Two "Class A" office buildings in Palm Beach County traded recently for a combined $226.35 million. CPT Equity LLC, a Greenwich, Conn.-based firm, paid $150 million for CityPlace Tower, a 300,000-square-foot property along Okeechobee Boulevard in West...
  • Florida to get $1 billion from Bank of America settlement

    Florida to get $1 billion from Bank of America settlement
    Nearly 17,000 Floridians will receive more than $1 billion in relief as part of a record-setting national settlement with Bank of America, the Florida Attorney General's Office announced Thursday. Bank of America Corp. agreed to pay $16.65 billion to...
  • BofA to pay $16.65 billion over soured home loans in mortgage meltdown

    Bank of America Corp. will pay a record $16.65 billion to resolve government claims over soured home loans in what is probably the last major settlement stemming from the mortgage meltdown. The deal also largely closes the chapter on the bank's...
  • FICO score change unlikely to help home buyers in near future

    You may have noticed the big media splash recently when Fair Isaac Corp., developer of the FICO credit score, announced the debut of a new score version that no longer would penalize consumers who have medical debt-collection issues in their credit files....
  • Waterfront property near Annapolis offers home on a private peninsula

    Waterfront property near Annapolis offers home on a private peninsula
    Three nautical miles from downtown Annapolis but seeming worlds away is the private peninsula where Mill and Burley creeks meet the Chesapeake Bay — and where 2077 Maidstone Farm Road, a nine-acre estate with 2,000 feet of waterfront, awaits its new...
  • Top L.A. Unified officials worked with Apple/Pearson before iPad deal

    Top L.A. Unified officials worked with Apple/Pearson before iPad deal
    Senior Los Angeles school district officials, including Supt. John Deasy, had a close working relationship with Apple and Pearson executives before these companies won the key contract for a $1-billion effort to provide computers to every student in the...
  • Vacant Bethlehem home concerns neighbors

    While the economy seems to be picking up, there still are plenty of reminders about just how bad things were. One of them is next door to Roger and Pam Smith in Bethlehem. The other half of their twin home on High Street has been empty since 2009....