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  • Problem gambling center mounts campaign urging restraint

    Problem gambling center mounts campaign urging restraint
    Bythella V. Johnson lost so much — about $3,000 — on slot machines during a recent trip to Atlantic City with her husband, Gary, to celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary that he threatened to cut the trip short if she didn't ease up. The...
  • Monarch Bank to open Peninsula headquarters at Newport News Tech Center

    Monarch Bank to open Peninsula headquarters at Newport News Tech Center
    Monarch Bank, the second-largest community bank in Hampton Roads by deposits, plans to expand with a Peninsula headquarters next to the Whole Foods under construction at the Tech Center at Oyster Point. "We have a lot of clients on the Peninsula,"...
  • Corporate giving

    •Forty Nautique employees recently traveled from Orlando to El Salvador as part of the Nautique Cares initiative. Employees aided in construction work at a rural mountain school for nearly 400 students and passed out supplies. In addition to their...
  • Volusia 'Santa Claus' bank robber pleads no contest

    Volusia 'Santa Claus' bank robber pleads no contest
    A man who authorities say robbed a Volusia County bank last year while dressed as Santa Claus pleaded no contest Thursday to robbery. Mark London, 63, a former manager for a company that provides mall Santa Clauses, also pleaded no contest to displaying...
  • Katie Porta: Disabilities advocate speaks for voiceless

    Katie Porta: Disabilities advocate speaks for voiceless
    Winter Park Memorial Hospital officials had their dukes up, on the defensive. On the line, a caller with an ominous question: “What are you doing at the hospital to my son?" Rather than a straight jab, the caller threw a curve: "My son came home...
  • Gloucester bank robbery suspect in custody

    A "person of interest" in the Thursday morning robbery of a Gloucester bank is in custody, with a spokesman for the Gloucester Sheriff's Office saying charges are expected to be forthcoming. The suspect was arrested on unrelated criminal charges...
  • F.N.B. announces plans for regional headquarters in Baltimore

    F.N.B. announces plans for regional headquarters in Baltimore
    Pennsylvania-based F.N.B. Corp. announced Tuesday that it plans to open a regional headquarters in downtown Baltimore as it expands in Maryland. First National Bank, F.N.B.'s largest subsidiary, plans to open the headquarters and a branch at 300 E....
  • SunTrust wins latest deposit race, but Old Florida surges in ranks

    SunTrust wins latest deposit race, but Old Florida surges in ranks
    In Central Florida's latest money-in-the-bank score card, an Orlando bank run by a father-and-son team has surged into first place among the locally based community banks, regulatory figures show. Fast-growing Old Florida National Bank, headquartered in...
  • Twitter shares drop on fears about advertising revenue

    Twitter shares drop on fears about advertising revenue
    SAN FRANCISCO -- The Street's Jim Cramer was asked Monday about Twitter. He called the money-losing social media high flier a “love stock.” If that's the case, the honeymoon may soon be over. Twitter shares fell sharply Monday after a...
  • Local banks jockey for new customers

    Local banks jockey for new customers
    Central Florida's financial institutions are jockeying for position in what could be the banking industry's most competitive year yet since the end of the Great Recession. With many businesses investing in expansion, consumer confidence strengthening...
  • Pearlman fraud victims will get first checks soon

    Pearlman fraud victims will get first checks soon
    More than seven years after former boy-band promoter Lou Pearlman's empire collapsed, victims of one of the biggest financial scams in Florida history will soon be getting some of their money back — but it's literally just pennies on the dollar....