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  • Profiles of Philadelphia Amtrak train derailment victims

    Eight people were killed in an Amtrak train derailment Tuesday night in Philadelphia. The victims include a college dean, a food-safety company vice president; a midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy; a Manhattan real estate executive; and an Italian...
  • Lawsuits put heat on Wells Fargo, but investors barely notice

    Lawsuits put heat on Wells Fargo, but investors barely notice
    It's no secret that Wells Fargo & Co. branches create a high-pressure sales environment for employees — one in which the threat of being fired weighs heavily on front-line bankers given quotas for new accounts, cards and credit lines. Indeed,...
  • Nationwide Insurance : Boudreau Agency Appoints New Bilingual Associate Agent Local Insurance Agency Strengthens Resources

    Nationwide Insurance : Boudreau Agency Appoints New Bilingual Associate Agent Local Insurance Agency Strengthens Resources
    Annapolis, MD - Nationwide Insurance : Boudreau Agency (http://www.mbnationwide.com) has announced that Claudia E. Rivas has joined the agency to further develop their growing portfolio of clients. Claudia E. Rivas comes with a wealth of experience within...
  • Suit seeks damages for all victims of alleged Wells Fargo customer abuses

    Suit seeks damages for all victims of alleged Wells Fargo customer abuses
    A former Wells Fargo & Co. customer accused the San Francisco banking firm in a lawsuit of fostering a high-pressure sales culture that ended up deceiving and defrauding him and customers nationwide. Shahriar Jabbari of Campbell, Calif., asked a federal...
  • The Latest on Amtrak crash: College dean died in crash

    12:10 a.m. Officials at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, New York, confirmed that Derrick Griffith, dean of student affairs and enrollment management, was one of seven people killed in the derailment of the Amtrak train. The college says the 42-year-...
  • Fannie Mae accused of neglecting foreclosures in minority neighborhoods

    Fannie Mae accused of neglecting foreclosures in minority neighborhoods
    A collection of fair-housing advocacy groups accused Fannie Mae on Wednesday of a pattern of maintaining and marketing its foreclosed houses in white neighborhoods — including in the Baltimore region — better than in minority areas. The...
  • Mortgage lender employee accused of stealing $200K from client

    Mortgage lender employee accused of stealing $200K from client
    A North Palm Beach mortgage lender employee siphoned off more than $200,000 from one of the company's clients after she accessed his bank account using his personal information, police said. North Palm Beach police arrested Michele Ligorelli, 43, on...
  • Itasca's First Midwest has most satisfied customers in region, survey says

     Itasca's First Midwest has most satisfied customers in region, survey says
    Itasca-based First Midwest Bank has the most satisfied retail customers in the Midwest for the second-straight year, according to J.D. Power. The study looked at six factors to measure satisfaction: account information; channel activities, including...
  • US stocks jump the most since March following hiring gains

    The U.S. stock market had its best day in two months Friday following good news about the job market. The surge was enough to push two of the three major U.S indexes to gains for the week. Investors were encouraged that U.S. employers added 223,000 jobs...
  • Today: A Cold War Shiver. Patriot Shame.

    Hello. I'm Davan Maharaj, the editor of the Los Angeles Times. Israel finally has its new government, and watch out today for Britain to elect its next one. a img{ border:none; } .left{ float:left; } .right{ float:right; } .clear{ clear:both; } .hide{...
  • L.A. sues Wells Fargo, alleging 'unlawful and fraudulent conduct'

    L.A. sues Wells Fargo, alleging 'unlawful and fraudulent conduct'
    Rigid sales quotas at Wells Fargo Bank have driven employees to open unauthorized accounts for customers, sticking them with bogus fees and damaging their credit, according to a city of Los Angeles lawsuit that echoes a Times investigation. The civil...