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  • Stronger hiring boosts outlook for U.S. home sales: Reuters poll

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Stronger job creation in the United States is making economists more optimistic about the outlook for home resales over the next two years, according to a Reuters poll that showed little change to expectations for house price rises....
  • Modi to launch plan for every Indian household to have bank account

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi will promise on Thursday to provide a bank account for every Indian household when he launches a major initiative that could save billions of dollars in welfare spending and help mend strained state...
  • Sanctions headache for foreign executives at Russian firms

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis could force some executives at Russian firms with foreign passports to give up certain duties, complicating life at the top of some of the country's largest companies. U.S. and European Union...
  • Dow hires bank to sell Angus Chemical in Buffalo Grove

    Dow hires bank to sell Angus Chemical in Buffalo Grove
    Dow Chemical Co. has kicked off processes to sell two of its specialty chemicals subsidiaries that could fetch close to $2 billion combined, according to people familiar with the matter, part of its effort to divest several billion dollars worth of non-...
  • Grand Finale Summer Reading Fest celebrated at Mary Cheney Library

    The summer reading program came to an end in grand style with a festival at the Mary Cheney Library in Manchester. The library was buzzing on Aug. 26 with parents and kids for the Fizz Boom Read! party. Norma Nevers, assistant director of the library...
  • Brazil's Silva winning over investors in presidential race

    RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Investors are warming up to a possible victory by Marina Silva in Brazil's presidential election as the popular environmentalist emerges as their best shot at avoiding four more years of a government they strongly dislike....
  • 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...
  • The Mortgage Professor: The CFPB is now a consumer complaint clearinghouse: Will that help consumers?

    Markets for financial services often don't work well for consumers. The trial and error technique that consumers rely on in navigating many markets, such as food and clothing markets, does not work well when transactions are large and infrequent....
  • 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...
  • Bank of America seeks to void verdict in $1.27 billion 'Hustle' case

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp on Thursday asked a federal judge to throw out a jury verdict finding it liable for fraud over defective mortgages sold by its Countrywide unit that resulted in a $1.27 billion penalty. The bank urged U.S....
  • Big U.S. banks seek new clarity on risks of marijuana-linked accounts

    ST. LOUIS (Thomson Reuters Accelus) - Major banks are getting increasingly wary of some transactions with smaller banks that have begun to allow marijuana businesses to open accounts. Officials at the bigger institutions say they fear being in breach of...