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  • What's new in credit card technology

    What's new in credit card technology
    Diners Club, the original Travel and Entertainment" (T-and-E) card, is re-opening in the United States. That's the biggest news in the always-turbulent credit card world. For some reason, the pioneering card has been dormant in the U.S. for several years,...
  • Cautious investors saw surprising results in 2014

     Cautious investors saw surprising results in 2014
    Last year didn't turn out to be what analysts thought it would be for stocks in Illinois or nationally, as surprise twists in the economy turned expected losers into winners and global behemoths like Caterpillar into losers. In general, companies that...
  • Four ways credit firms can ease sting of fraud

    Four ways credit firms can ease sting of fraud
    Another dispatch from Somebody Nobody Asked™, America's pre-eminent unsolicited advice columnist. Dear Credit- & Debit-Card Industry: Rare is the week that goes by that we don't see TV reporters doing their late-news live standups in front of...
  • Just assume your credit and debit card data were hacked

    Sure, your credit and debit card information is safe and secure. Just like the White House. So commonplace have revelations of data hacks, security breaches and compromised confidentiality become that it's not worth waiting for formal notification...
  • Message to Chase: You know how to stop card hacking, so do it already

    Message to Chase: You know how to stop card hacking, so do it already
    On Tuesday I got a message from the good people at the fraud alert center at JPMorgan Chase: They'll be sending me a new Chase credit card because "a security breach at The Home Depot" may have put my old one at risk. What gets me about this is that it'...
  • CalPERS appears to be a willing victim

    CalPERS appears to be a willing victim
    Students of the fine art of pointing fingers know that the key thing is to not make yourself look like an idiot in the process. By that standard, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System just flunked. In a lawsuit filed this month in...
  • Incentive bonuses taint foreclosures, economy

    Incentive bonuses taint foreclosures, economy
    Maryland and most other states outlaw "pay for performance" for political lobbyists for a very good reason. Experience has shown, going back to an 1853 case involving a Baltimore & Ohio Railroad lobbyist and the Virginia Legislature, that rewarding...
  • Academic Progress Rates reveal plenty about schools, teams and coaches

    At the risk of sending you straight for the comics: This is a story about numbers. But before sprinting to Mallard Fillmore and Doonesbury, know that these numbers reveal plenty about individual college head coaches and their commitment to education. In...
  • International investing: The whole world in your portfolio

    International investing: The whole world in your portfolio
    If you've heard about the turmoil in overseas markets -- the demonstrations in Greece, the Federal Reserve Board's investigation of Wall Street's role in hiding the debt crisis there and talk of a possible default -- then I'm guessing you're a tad worried...
  • Doyle McManus: The right budget battle to watch

    Doyle McManus: The right budget battle to watch
    You've no doubt been hearing the harrowing warnings about what might happen if Congress refuses to lift the federal government's debt ceiling, as some conservative Republicans have threatened. If the federal government gets anywhere near defaulting on...
  • Occupy Wall Street shifts from protest to policy phase

    Occupy Wall Street shifts from protest to policy phase
    How do you know when a protest movement is starting to scare the pants off the establishment? One clue is when the protesters are casually dismissed as hippies or rabble, or their principles redefined as class envy or as (that all-purpose insult) "un-...