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  • Colleges now try to foster the entrepreneurial spirit

    In a fishbowl-like room in Lehigh University's Wilbur Powerhouse, abstract ideas take on physical form. A 3D printer cranks out computer-generated designs, half-finished projects spill across work tables and scribbled notes fill blackboards in the...
  • Convicted Allfirst trader seeks redemption hiring others

    Convicted Allfirst trader seeks redemption hiring others
    John M. Rusnak was preparing to open a ZIPS dry cleaning business in Pasadena when a job seeker walked in from a nearby drug recovery house. The applicant had little experience, was recovering from a heroin addiction and had a misdemeanor charge on his...
  • ECB would need to go beyond ABS market for potential QE: Draghi

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The European Central Bank could not rely solely on purchases of asset-backed securities (ABS) if it resorts to unconventional steps to boost inflation, given the limited supply of the securities, ECB President Mario Draghi said on...
  • Draghi says a stronger euro would trigger looser ECB policy

    Draghi says a stronger euro would trigger looser ECB policy
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The European Central Bank will ease monetary policy further if the euro keeps strengthening, President Mario Draghi said on Saturday as world finance chiefs ramped up pressure on Europe to ward off deflation. In the clearest signal...
  • Avast ye! Leadership Broward Foundation's 'Fun Lunch' to be a swashbuckling affair

    The Leadership Broward Foundation Inc. will host the 20th annual "Fun Lunch" April 30, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood. The Pirates in Paradise themed event will feature six honorees, who will be...
  • Lehigh County man charged in fraudulent car loan scheme

    A Lehigh County man faces federal charges he conspired with others to take out nearly $170,000 in allegedly fraudulent loans to buy luxury cars and sport-utility vehicles from Lehigh Valley dealerships. John Cordero, 35, of Breinigsville was charged...
  • GM, Comcast hearings struggle selling stories

     GM, Comcast hearings struggle selling stories
    It is not uncommon for someone to sell a bill of goods when appearing before a Senate or House panel. What's rare for a hearing on Capitol Hill is for an elected official to actually solicit goods. "Somebody can sell me a product at this hearing,...
  • Ex-Banker Turns to Famous Friends to Make Social-Justice Films

    Thomas Morgan's career path began to change the day he went to his daughter's school presentation. His transformation solidified the day he met actress Susan Sarandon. Morgan, an investment banker, became involved after the event as his daughter and a...
  • Regulators order sale or merger of NBRS Financial Bank

    Regulators order sale or merger of NBRS Financial Bank
    NBRS Financial Bank, an independent community bank serving Cecil and Harford counties, has been given 60 days to sell itself or combine with another bank and increase equity by selling shares, federal regulators said. The bank was found to have been...
  • Guardian ad litems give a voice to children in need

    Maybe they should be called guardian angels instead of guardian ad litem. These are dedicated volunteers who give of their time to protect and advocate for children in the court system. Part legal representative, mentor, social worker and parent, these...
  • Highly-leveraged U.S. loans continue unabated

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Banks keep underwriting highly leveraged loans for low-rated companies that are drawing U.S. regulators' attention, Thomson Reuters LPC data show, despite a looming review by the federal agencies that are trying to clamp down on these...