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  • The Dealer Totaled My Shelby Mustang! (Why It Wasn't Replaced)

    The Dealer Totaled My Shelby Mustang! (Why It Wasn't Replaced)
    Marc Mastroianni saved up, and traded up, for years before buying the car of his dreams, a used 2008 Shelby GT500 Mustang that he says was one of 20 produced with its options package. Mastroianni's pride of ownership lasted a little more three years...
  • NY Senate leader vows to cooperate with prosecutors

    New York state Senate Leader Dean Skelos said Thursday he will cooperate with authorities following a published report that prosecutors and the FBI are investigating him and his son. The New York Times, citing unidentified sources, reported Wednesday...
  • As it moved to seize home, bank never told widow her loan was insured

    WASHINGTON For more than a decade after her husband died, Laura Coleman Biggs paid her mortgage to a Bank of America subsidiary. She was never told, even as she was weeks from losing her home, that her husband had actually protected her against...
  • What if you outlive your retirement savings?

    What if you outlive your retirement savings?
    What if you live too long and run out of money? That's every retiree's worst nightmare. Not the living longer part -- the impoverishment part. And since few people earn lifetime pensions these days, Social Security is the only income you can count on to...
  • Senate wary of exempting MBTA from anti-privatization law

    A push to exempt the MBTA from the state's anti-privatization law is meeting with skepticism from top Senate lawmakers who say they aren't convinced the law has contributed to the transit system's troubles. Democratic Senate President Stan Rosenberg said...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Secrecy shrouds decade-old oil spill in Gulf of Mexico Taylor Energy Company now exists for only one reason: to fight an oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico that has gone largely unnoticed, despite creating miles-long slicks for more than a decade....
  • Senate OKs auto insurance bills amid debate over cost limits

    A divided state Senate approved revisions Thursday to Michigan's auto insurance law that backers said would curtail costs in the only state to require unlimited medical benefits for those severely injured in crashes and that opponents warned wouldn't...
  • Ask Kim: How much should I invest in an immediate annuity?

    Q: I'm 72 and I have a very small pension. I'd like to buy an immediate annuity to supplement my income. How do I figure out how much I should invest in the annuity? A: A good rule of thumb is to add up your regular expenses in retirement, subtract any...
  • Hogan must fund health care

    Hogan must fund health care
    At the beginning of this year's General Assembly session, the prognosis for quality, affordable health care in Maryland was unclear. Newly elected Governor Larry Hogan had proposed a number of cuts to critical programs, the funding mechanism for our...
  • Jeans company subcontractors accused in $79M payroll fraud

    Sisters who run two apparel subcontractors were arrested along with their accountant in a scheme that authorities said Thursday involved underreporting the number of people they employed and $78.5 million in payroll to insurers and California agencies....
  • UnitedHealth shares up 3 percent as earnings top Wall Street estimates

    MINNEAPOLIS Strong performance at the company's health services unit drove better-than-expected first-quarter results at UnitedHealth Group, company officials said Thursday. Minnetonka-based UnitedHealth is the nation's largest health insurer. The...