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  • Ex-Orlando area banker sentenced for mortgage fraud

    Ex-Orlando area banker sentenced for mortgage fraud
    A former Orlando area banker was sentenced Monday to 3 1/2 years in federal prison on charges of bank fraud tied to a bogus mortgage scheme. Braden Koegel, 35, of Apopka was arrested last October and charged in an alleged scheme that used fabricated...
  • Free admission to American Visionary Art Museum for Bank of America cardholders

    Free admission to American Visionary Art Museum for Bank of America cardholders
    Your Bank of America credit card will get you free admission this weekend to the  American Visionary Art Museum. It's part of the bank's Museums on Us program, which offers free weekend access to a range of museums on the first full weekend of each...
  • End of life considerations | YourTime Things everyone should do

    End of life considerations <span style=color:#ff0000><b>| YourTime</b></span> Things everyone should do
    THERE OUGHT TO BE A MANUAL FOR THIS STUFF While having brunch with a friend whose husband is dying, she said “There ought to be a manual for this stuff”. She was talking about all the things that fall on your shoulders when you are the...
  • Custom-built Bluff Point home offers waterfront luxury

    Custom-built Bluff Point home offers waterfront luxury
    Bluff Point, located on the Severn River, is one of Anne Arundel County's most exclusive gated communities. Situated on more than an acre of waterfront property, this custom-built home at 653 Severn Road is on the market for $3.65 million. "This has...
  • Latest cyberscam enables crooks to extract huge sums from ATMs

    Sounding alarm over an especially sinister new wave of cybercriminals, regulators are warning bankers that hackers have succeeded in changing the controls on automated teller machines to enable thieves to make nearly unlimited withdrawals using fraudulent...
  • Banks are warned about ATM hacks

    Banks are warned about ATM hacks
    Sounding alarm over an especially sinister new wave of cybercrime, regulators are warning bankers that hackers have succeeded in changing the controls on automated teller machines to allow thieves to make nearly unlimited withdrawals. The hackers...
  • Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin buy $14-million home, then 'uncouple'

    Well, this is awkward. Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and her musician husband, Chris Martin of Coldplay, bought a house in Malibu for $14 million, then they turned around and announced their "conscious uncoupling." Uncoupling papers will no doubt eventually...
  • Fannie and Freddie's steep fees hurting home buyers, critics say

    WASHINGTON — When you're raking in tens of billions of dollars in profits by helping credit-elite borrowers buy homes, couldn't you lighten up on fees a little for everyday folks who'd also like to buy? That's a question increasingly being posed...
  • Growing services allow online payments to family, friends

    Growing services allow online payments to family, friends
    A week after she signed up for a new online-payment service from TD Bank, Linda Asencio emailed money to a niece for her birthday. She used it again a few days later to pay money she owed her mother. "It was really simple," said Asencio, 40, manager...
  • Banc of California sees growth in serving small, medium-size firms

     Banc of California sees growth in serving small, medium-size firms
    Banc of California executives say the financial crisis and recession left a big hole in the state's banking industry, and it's an opening they want to fill. They're referring to the institutions that had $5 billion to $15 billion in assets and that...
  • Man gets more than 7 years for stealing from woman with dementia

    Man gets more than 7 years for stealing from woman with dementia
    A Costa Mesa man was sentenced Monday to more than seven years in prison for stealing in excess of $280,000 from an elderly woman who was blind, deaf and suffering from dementia, authorities said. John Thomas Windsor, 44, pleaded guilty to one felony...