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  • Corinthian Colleges to be delisted from Nasdaq next week

    Corinthian Colleges to be delisted from Nasdaq next week
    Corinthian Colleges Inc., the troubled Santa Ana for-profit college operator, is likely to be delisted from the Nasdaq stock exchange by next week, according to company disclosures. Corinthian, which has been on a downward spiral since the federal...
  • When debt collectors cross the line

    Never underestimate the tenacity of debt collectors to get their man -- even if it's the wrong one. I know firsthand what that experience feels like. Several times in this column I've written about my case of mistaken identity. Years ago, my home...
  • Liberal activists hoping for liberal female president, but it's not who you think

    Liberal activists hoping for liberal female president, but it's not who you think
    South Florida Democrats are ready for – and say the country needs – a strong, liberal, female president. But it's not the woman you think. While Hillary Clinton is the overwhelming favorite of Florida Democrats for their party's 2016...
  • All 3 owners must sign off on property sale

    All 3 owners must sign off on property sale
    Q: My wife and I own 51 percent of a house in Arizona, and my estranged brother-in-law owns 49 percent. The loan is 100 percent in my name. We bought the house in 2005 and lived there for two years before moving back to Illinois. The house had fallen in...
  • Corinthian Colleges students lured by job prospects get loan break

    Corinthian Colleges students lured by job prospects get loan break
    A federal regulator says Corinthian College students will be forgiven a total of $480 million in loans because the for-profit school used "bogus" job prospects to persuade them to pay tuition with expensive private loans. The Consumer Financial...
  • Corinthian students to get 40% cut in private loan debt

    Corinthian students to get 40% cut in private loan debt
    For years, government investigators have zeroed in on Corinthian Colleges Inc., a Santa Ana for-profit college operator accused of roping students into unmanageable debt by promising bright careers after graduation. As part of a deal Tuesday that...
  • Corinthian students to get $480 million relief from 'predatory' loans

    Corinthian students to get $480 million relief from 'predatory' loans
    Students who took out private loans while attending schools owned by the for-profit Corinthian Colleges Inc. will be eligible for 40% reductions in their loan balances. The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced the private student loan...
  • Weigh pros and cons of reverse mortgages for your situation

    Weigh pros and cons of reverse mortgages for your situation
    Reverse mortgages are in the headlines again — and again, sometimes for the wrong reasons. The attention being paid to the loan product, which lets seniors 62 and older borrow against the equity in their homes, points to its anticipated...
  • Business events: Broward Coalition on Aging seminar March 12

    Business events: Broward Coalition on Aging seminar March 12
    A schedule of seminar and networking events Broward and Palm Beach counties. Feb. 24 Manage your credit score, 5:30-7 p.m., BrightStar Credit Union, 2400 Davie Road Davie. Free Credit Matters workshop. 954-486-2728 ext. 5017. Business Casual: In the...
  • Lenders criticize consumer agency's mortgage tool

    Lenders criticize consumer agency's mortgage tool
    An online, interactive mortgage tool for consumers sounds pretty simple and straightforward, but the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's recent development of one hasn't been particularly well-received by the lending community. In fact, David...
  • O'Malley can satisfy the progressives in 2016

    O'Malley can satisfy the progressives in 2016
    Progressives give former Gov. Martin O'Malley of Maryland a chance at the presidency ("O'Malley's legacy marked by social gains, higher taxes," Jan. 20). There's been a rallying cry in the progressive wing for Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run in 2016. Her...