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  • City controller: L.A. paid Wells Fargo for 'nonexistent' check printing

    City controller: L.A. paid Wells Fargo for 'nonexistent' check printing
    Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin says the city paid more than $500,000 to Wells Fargo Bank for “nonexistent services” -- charges for printing checks that the city was actually printing itself. Galperin and his aides are demanding...
  • 1st Mariner Bank recovering and hoping to grow, one year after purchase

    1st Mariner Bank recovering and hoping to grow, one year after purchase
    One year after a group of investors bought the troubled institution, 1st Mariner Bank can boast a number of achievements: It's well-capitalized, fewer distressed loans weigh on its balance sheet and it even turned a small profit in the first quarter of...
  • Latest on church shooting: Obama marvels at forgiveness

    10:20 p.m. President Barack Obama is marveling at the willingness of relatives of the shooting victims at a historic black church to forgive the man accused of the killings. Obama is calling it "an expression of faith that is unimaginable but that...
  • Initial public offerings scheduled to debut next week

    The following is a list of initial public offerings planned for the coming week. Sources include IPO ETF manager Renaissance Capital, and SEC filings. Alarm.com Holdings Inc. - Vienna, Va., 7 million shares, priced $13 to $15, managed by Goldman Sachs,...
  • People on the Move: United Way of Broward announces hiring of employment specialist

    People on the Move: United Way of Broward announces hiring of employment specialist
      Nonprofit George Ivanoff has joined United Way of Broward County's Mission United, a program supporting U.S. military veterans and their families, as an employement specialist in Fort Lauderdale. Derek Stein has been named director of learning...
  • Wall Street powerhouse poised to loan money to Main Street

    Wall Street's most iconic investment bank has decided to open its doors to Main Street. Goldman Sachs plans to start lending money directly to consumers and small businesses, according to an internal memo released to The Associated Press. It would be the...
  • Companies offer workers cash to buy homes in downtown Allentown

    Companies offer workers cash to buy homes in downtown Allentown
    The day has not yet come when people are tripping over one another in the race to buy a home in downtown Allentown. So until then, some companies with offices in Center City are offering their employees a little sweetener. A group called the Downtown...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Fed is moving toward rate hike, but just when still unclear The Federal Reserve took note Wednesday of a strengthening U.S. economy and appears on track to raise interest rates this year for the first time in nearly a decade. But Chair Janet Yellen...
  • Regulator lifts foreclosure action against Bank of America, restricts Wells Fargo

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. A federal regulator announced Wednesday it has terminated enforcement actions against Bank of America and two other big U.S. banks it had cited for deficient foreclosure practices. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, however,...
  • Two-tower complex planned for downtown Allentown

    Touting it as an "urban innovation campus" that will lure tech companies and their young workers downtown, developer City Center Investment Corp. rolled out plans Tuesday for two towers that would soar over the center of Allentown's already bustling...
  • American Airlines responds to criticism on Twitter about rainbow flag logo

    Another corporation is in the spotlight for its support of the LGBT community. American Airlines recently changed its Twitter photo to a rainbow since June is pride month. The move drew criticism earlier this week from Nathan Lorick, the director of...