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  • Former probation officer accused of stealing offenders' payments

    Former probation officer accused of stealing offenders' payments
    After eight probationers were accused of not making their restitution payments to the state, an investigation found their former probation officer had deposited their funds into his checking account, the Broward Sheriff's Office said. Ricky Bell, 62, was...
  • Joliet a key financial player in building new Will County courthouse

    Joliet a key financial player in building new Will County courthouse
    A key component in building a new Will County courthouse in downtown Joliet would be getting a $50 million financial commitment from the city, county officials said Tuesday as they discussed how to fund the estimated $200 million project. Joliet Mayor...
  • U.S. agency wants brokers held to higher standards

     U.S. agency wants brokers held to higher standards
    In September 2008, as the financial crisis emerged, a retirement account of Al and Karin Betz slumped in value to $130,000 from about $160,000. "I got a cold call saying, 'Would you have some money to invest?'" Al Betz, 66, recalled. "I said, 'If you...
  • US factory orders rose in February for first time since July

    Orders to U.S. factories rose in February, breaking a six-month losing streak. Factory orders rose 0.2 percent in February, which was the first increase since July, the Commerce Department reported Thursday. The climb was a welcome development for...
  • Judge OKs sale of Revel casino to Florida developer for $82M

    Three years to the day after Atlantic City's $2.4 billion Revel casino opened — and seven months to the day after it closed — a bankruptcy court judge approved its sale to a Florida developer for about 4 cents on the dollar. Judge Gloria...
  • Business forecasters boost 2-year outlook for US economy

    A business economics group has boosted its outlook for U.S. economic improvement this year and next, particularly for job growth. The March report from the National Association for Business Economics forecasts more hiring, a lower unemployment rate, a...
  • Business group's outlook for U.S. economy in 2015 and 2016 improves

    A business economics group has boosted its outlook for U.S. economic improvement this year and next, particularly for job growth. The March report from the National Assn. for Business Economics forecasts more hiring, a lower unemployment rate, a lower...
  • Couple face foreclosure on home they sold in 1994

    Couple face foreclosure on home they sold in 1994
    A recent knock on the door of Sheridon and Susan Turner's suburban home delivered news that shocked the elderly couple: Wells Fargo was suing them for foreclosure on a home they sold 21 years ago. The Turners sold the house on Hidden Lake Drive in...
  • National Penn CEO made $2.3 million in 2014

    National Penn CEO made $2.3 million in 2014
    In documents filed this week with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the corporate owner of National Penn Bank disclosed that Scott Fainor, CEO and president of the Allentown-based bank, earned slightly more than $2.3 million last year in...
  • Survey: Quarter of smartphone bank-app users would pay $3 monthly fee

    Survey: Quarter of smartphone bank-app users would pay $3 monthly fee
    Consumers might want to brace themselves for another bank fee in the future. About 1 in 4, or 24 percent, of smartphone bank-app users surveyed by SNL Financial said they'd be willing to pay $3 a month to continue using their institution's mobile app....
  • As Fed weighs a rate hike, U.S. economy is looking a bit paler

    As Fed weighs a rate hike, U.S. economy is looking a bit paler
    Just as the Federal Reserve seems to be inching toward an interest rate hike because of the strengthening U.S. job market, its task is getting more complicated: Several key sectors of the economy are flashing some signs of weakness. Housing,...