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  • Fair housing groups worry ruling erodes bias argument

    Fair housing groups 21 months ago hailed a rule finalized by the federal government that was intended to clarify federal fair housing protections that have been in place for more than 45 years. Now, those same groups worry that the codification of the...
  • BB&T to buy Susquehanna to expand in mid-Atlantic region

    BB&T to buy Susquehanna to expand in mid-Atlantic region
    Bank holding company BB&T Corp. will expand its presence in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic with a $2.5 billion deal to buy Susquehanna Bancshares Inc. announced Wednesday. The takeover would make BB&T the fifth-largest bank in Maryland, while extending...
  • Foreign exchange manipulation allegations erode public opinion

    Foreign exchange manipulation allegations erode public opinion
    Tourists wouldn't notice it: Any manipulation of foreign currency exchange rates might add a fraction of a cent in paying for a meal at a Parisian bistro or booking a tour at the Great Wall of China. But multiply that by $5 trillion — the amount...
  • Wells Fargo to sell $8.5 billion in federal student loans

    Wells Fargo to sell $8.5 billion in federal student loans
    Wells Fargo said it will sell government-guaranteed student loans worth $8.5 billion to Navient, one of the largest U.S. loan servicing and asset recovery companies. The bank said the sale would help it focus more on its private student lending business....
  • People on the move

    People on the move
    Redevelopment, economic Nguyen Tran was promoted to director of the Northwest District of the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), to oversee the district's day-to-day operations. In the past, Tran was a senior planner for the City of...
  • America's middle class knows it faces a grim retirement

    America's middle class knows it faces a grim retirement
    Wells Fargo did as much as it could to soft-pedal the findings of its fifth-annual Middle Class Retirement Survey, released Wednesday, but the horrific numbers speak for themselves. "Saving for retirement is a formidable challenge for middle-class...
  • Backstreet Boys get recordings, posters in final Pearlman payout

    Backstreet Boys get recordings, posters in final Pearlman payout
    The Backstreet Boys have received a final payment in a long-running battle against the bankruptcy estate of their former manager, disgraced boy band mogul Lou Pearlman. The settlement is only for $99,000 in cash, compared to $3.45 million the band was...
  • Smaller than life: Backstreet Boys get $99,000 final payout in $3.4 million battle with former manager

    Smaller than life: Backstreet Boys get $99,000 final payout in $3.4 million battle with former manager
    The Backstreet Boys have received a final payment in a long-running battle against the bankruptcy estate of their former manager, disgraced boy band mogul Lou Pearlman. The settlement is for $99,000 in cash, compared to $3.45 million the band was...
  • Houses for Heroes: Veterans grateful for donated homes

    Houses for Heroes: Veterans grateful for donated homes
    Retired Army Specialist Joel Sigfrid humbly took the keys to his split-level home recently week surrounded by family and friends. Wells Fargo donated the bank-owned home to the nonprofit Military Warriors Support Foundation, which will eventually deed...
  • Israel's ThetaRay turns to math to detect cyber threats

    As businesses face a growing threat of cyber attacks, Israeli startup ThetaRay is betting on math to provide early detection, enabling the shutdown of systems before damage can be done. The year-old company's first investor was venture capital firm...
  • Lower mortgage rates a silver lining of stock market drops

    Lower mortgage rates a silver lining of stock market drops
    If there's an upside to a plunging stock market, it's that mortgage rates are falling too. Investors bailing out on stocks have piled into ultra-safe U.S. Treasury bonds, pushing down the government's long-term borrowing costs on Wednesday to the lowest...