| Nov 28, 2011
| 12:47 PM
The Indiana Sports Corporation announced the first ever Big Ten Football Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium is sold out. But local ticket brokers said there are still about 2,000 seats available on the secondary market.
Wisconsin and Michigan State...
| Jul 21, 2011
| 1:54 PM
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With summer coming slowly to a close, that means back-to-school shopping is in full swing. Your college-bound child is probably in the...
| Jul 26, 2011
| 4:47 PM
Since about 95% of home loans being written today are being placed into mortgage-backed securities that are sold in the market with guarantees by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac or Ginnie Mae, what would happen with a government default? These are federal...
| Mar 23, 2012
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| Sep 28, 2011
| 5:35 PM
A decision by Towson University officials to return the school's allotment of tickets to Saturday's football game at Maryland was done as a "service" to its fans, athletic director Mike Waddell said.
Waddell said the number of tickets available on the...
| Sep 20, 2012
| 6:30 PM
As Barry Felix passes Chris Spano at the StubHub operations center in East Granby, he asks whether Spano had seen the price fetched for the San Diego Padres — $800 million.
That's a big number, they agree. But at this office, it's something more...
| Sep 22, 2012
Since Baltimore City Hall contended in a federal lawsuit last year that a group of international banks conspired to keep a key interest rate benchmark low, more municipalities and private companies have started to investigate potential losses because of...
| Nov 19, 2008
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac thrived for nearly four decades as companies that were private in name only. The bonds and mortgage-backed securities they sold to Wall Street had a unique advantage over their competitors': an unstated guarantee that the...
| Nov 15, 2008
Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson announced this week that the $700-billion Troubled Asset Relief Program, which was created to rescue banks from their "illiquid" investments in the housing market, won't be buying those toxic loans and securities...
| Jun 17, 2007
WHO SAYS gun control is dead in the United States? As Wednesday's passage in the House of what could be the first major federal gun-control law in a decade proves, it is still possible to limit weapons sales in this country — as long as the National...
| Feb 11, 2009
New Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner rolled out his first initiative Tuesday, and it was a doozy. Geithner proposed to double down on the much-maligned $700-billion Troubled Asset Relief Program, injecting up to $2 trillion trillion in public and...