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  • Frost returns to NBCC

    Frost returns to NBCC
    The last time someone shot as low as David Frost did at the Toshiba Classic, his name was Jay Haas and he went on to nearly become the first player to repeat at the Champions Tour event at Newport Beach Country Club. Frost, who shot 19-under-par 194...
  • Toshiba extends on Champions Tour for three years

    Toshiba extends on Champions Tour for three years
    When it comes to longest-running title sponsors on the Champions Tour, Toshiba is the leader, and it will continue to be. Toshiba Corporation extended its title sponsorship of the Toshiba Classic through 2017. Atsutoshi Nishida, the company's...
  • Bernhard Langer stays hot with a 63 at Newport Beach

    Bernhard Langer stays hot with a 63 at Newport Beach
    To many, the fantastic weather slated for Newport Beach this weekend isn't much of a surprise. The same could be said of the Toshiba Classic's first-round leader. That would be Bernhard Langer. The two-time Masters champion, who won the Toshiba in 2008,...
  • Red-hot Langer leads after first round at Toshiba Classic

    Red-hot Langer leads after first round at Toshiba Classic
    To many, the fantastic weather slated for Newport Beach this weekend isn't much of a surprise. The same could be said of the Toshiba Classic's first-round leader. That would be Bernhard Langer. The two-time Masters champion, who won the Toshiba...
  • 401(k) funds studied for far less time than car purchases, survey says

    401(k) funds studied for far less time than car purchases, survey says
    Americans know that 401(k) retirement plans are important, but they spend only a moderate time researching investments and are often confused about how to pick the best funds, according to a new survey. Nearly nine in 10 workers view 401(k) plans as...
  • Heirs fail to inform lender of mother's death

    Dear Liz: My mother passed away unexpectedly in late 2008. She had a mortgage, and the house was under her name only. She didn't leave a will. My family is still paying the loan, and the company does not know my mother passed away. We don't have a lot...
  • Cablevision Hires Ex-Yahoo Tech Exec David Dibble as CTO

    Cablevision Systems named David Dibble, who had until last year oversaw Yahoo's global infrastructure, as chief technology officer. Dibble, 54, will start at the Bethpage, N.Y.-based cable company in September 2014, reporting to Cablevision CEO James L....
  • On the Spot: Overseas ATMs and the possibly too-long PIN dilemma

    Question: I've been reading with interest and confusion about automated teller machine fees when traveling to Europe. So I went to Bank of America and asked how to avoid them. The branch manager said BofA has a relationship with BNP Paribas in France. But...
  • Retirement: how to save enough to retire

    NNN RET617.KIP Kiplinger's senior editor Anne Kates Smith interviewed Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, president of the Charles Schwab Foundation and senior vice-president at Charles Schwab & Co. Schwab-Pomerantz is the author of The Charles Schwab Guide to...
  • Financial literacy of U.S. teenagers is below average, study shows

    Financial literacy of U.S. teenagers is below average, study shows
    The financial literacy of American teenagers is no better than average compared with their peers in other countries, and nearly one in five lacks basic proficiency, according to a comprehensive new study. The report by the Organization for Economic...
  • Virgen's View: Cooking up contenders

    Virgen's View: Cooking up contenders
    It's always fun to pick a winner. It's more fun when the pick is right. Every year, I try to pick the winner of the Toshiba Classic. I've been doing it for the past six years. Only once did I get it right: Fred Couples in 2010. This year, I've decided...