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  • Wells Fargo in $6.5 million SEC settlement over risk disclosure

    Wells Fargo in $6.5 million SEC settlement over risk disclosure
    (CNN) - Wells Fargo will pay $6.5 million to settle charges that it failed to disclose the risks of complex investments it sold to municipalities, non-profits and other customers, the Securities and Exchange Commission said Tuesday. In 2007, the SEC...
  • Dynetech creditors question founder Pino's new $1.85M home

    Dynetech creditors question founder Pino's new $1.85M home
    An earlier version of this article misstated the amount of cash that Laurence J. Pino and his wife, Janet, paid for their new Winter Park home. As Orlando-based Dynetech Corp. was fighting to stay afloat last summer, the company's founder bought a $1....
  • Army Cpl. Adam Quinn

    ORANGE CITY -- Calling himself "Daddy to be" on his MySpace.com page, Cpl. Adam D. Quinn offered a simple answer to the question of how he wanted to die: "doing something that I love." Those close to the 22-year-old Orange City man said that is what...
  • Highlights of the Steve Walsh case

    Development projects affected - Tradition Towers: The proposed $250 million building in downtown Orlando likely will not be built. - Skye Complex: The 332-unit apartment complex near I-Drive is expected to go forward - Oviedo on the Park: The retail...
  • PASSINGS

    Albert L. Greene Hospital president Albert L. Greene, 59, president and chief executive of Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys since 2006, died Thursday at his home in Calabasas. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in June, the hospital...
  • Taxpayers not planning rebate spending spree

    Most Americans are planning to use their stimulus rebate checks to pay down existing debt or add to their savings, not to fuel the kind of consumer spending that would bolster the economy, a new Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll has found. Only 18% of...
  • Anti-billboard activists target multi-story 'supergraphics'

    Anti-billboard activists have a new target: multi-story "supergraphic" signs plastered illegally on about three dozen buildings citywide. A handful of West Los Angeles activists joined City Councilman Jack Weiss on West Pico Boulevard at Overland...
  • Surveillance photos of alleged 'Chatty Bandit' released

    Surveillance photos of alleged 'Chatty Bandit' released
    Law enforcement officers today were searching for a man they say has robbed three South Orange County banks in the last month. The Orange County Sheriff's Department today released bank surveillance photographs of a suspect dubbed the "Chatty Bandit,"...
  • McCain or Obama: Who's best for the economy?

    McCain or Obama: Who's best for the economy?
    Today's question: What polices have Obama and McCain presented that would help fix the financial mess? Would any of their plans damage the U.S. economy? Previously, Foster and Kuttner debated the state of the economy and Congress' rejection of the bailout...
  • Police investigating Boynton Beach bank robbery

    Boynton Beach police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred around 6 p.m. Friday night at a Wachovia bank. The suspect, a man in his 20s, stood in line and approached a teller's window at the Boynton Beach bank, 1550 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.,...
  • Police searching for man who robbed a Boynton Beach Wachovia bank

    Boynton Beach police are investigating a robbery about 5:30 p.m. Friday at a Wachovia Bank branch at 1550 W. Boynton Beach Blvd, according to a press release. Police said a man walked into the bank and pointed a silver handgun at a teller. He demanded...