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Glass-Steagall wouldn’t have saved us from banking crisis To the editor: Allan Powell highlights one of economist Paul Krugman’s assertions that many of our current financial woes were caused by the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act....
Mobridge Economic Development Corp. will receive $62,850 through the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund. The corporation will use the funding to expand small business loans in conjunction with financial management training and one-on-one...
Do you ever find yourself yearning for the kind of service you got at the financial institutions of your youth? Do you miss the personal attention, local focus and less frequent fees that characterized those long-ago institutions? You may be able to find...
About 1,000 Baltimore-area residents are expected to receive thousands of dollars each under a landmark $175 million settlement between the U.S. Department of Justice and Wells Fargo over accusations of discriminatory lending practices. Under the terms...
Five bills by the area’s senator have advanced to the Senate floor. Sen. Juan Vargas, D-Chula Vista, had five bills varying from mandating reporting of sexual abuse and environmental quality mitigation, pass the Senate Appropriations Committee on...
One more reason why the Consumer Financial Protection Bureauneeds to look at prepaid debit cards: College students are finding their scarce dollars eaten up by fees on the cards, which many schools are using for student IDs and to disburse financial aid,...
HARBOR SPRINGS -- People can't always rely on the big banks to help them turn a great idea into a small business. When Jet Conrady saw the need for an ice-cream shop in Pellston, she automatically knew it would be a success. But with conventional...
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsA new law requires Florida-chartered banks to report information to the state on any accounts that might be linked to foreign financial institutions supporting terrorism. Aimed at Iran, the law stemmed from efforts by the Jewish Federations in Palm Beach....
Edwin F. Hale Sr., the Baltimore trucking magnate and developer, said Friday that he has retired as chief executive and chairman of First Mariner Bancorp — the banking company he built, only to scramble in the housing market collapse and recession...
The thrill of potentially winning big bucks gets people to spend millions of dollars regularly on lottery tickets. Can this same concept excite Marylanders to become better savers? We'll find out. A new law that kicks in next month will allow banks...
Maryland banks and credit unions are likely to be among the first to notice that an elderly customer is being financially exploited by a con artist or an unscrupulous relative. So it makes sense that these institutions take part in an effort to protect...
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