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About 23,000 homeowners in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding counties could get a piece of the $8.5 billion settlement announced this week to settle allegations that banks didn't play fair when foreclosing on homes. The settlement is the result of...
KTLA NewsSOUTH GATE, Calif. (KTLA) -- A woman who suffers from cerebral palsy, and who's been diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, is fighting for her life -- and to save her home. That's becasue a foreclosure notice for Ana Casas-Wilson to vacate the house she'...
Cornerstone Wealth Management Group The advisers at Cornerstone Wealth Management Group, a Hagerstown-based independent investment and wealth-management firm, recently announced their affiliation with CWM LLC, a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission-...
The Hartford CourantThe Hartford Financial Services Group will probably use proceeds from the sale of several business units to pay off debt and buy back shares of company stock, analysts say. The last of several large divestitures was announced last week with the planned...
Less than five years after taking the helm of Legg Mason, Chairman and CEO Mark R. Fetting announced Tuesday that he would step down Oct. 1, possibly setting the stage for the sale of parts of the Baltimore-based money management firm. Legg Mason has...
The Des Moines Register reports that a 68-year-old Vietnam veteran was fired from his Wells Fargo Home Mortgage job because 49 years ago he put a cardboard dime slug into a laundromat's washing machine. The paper said federal regulations now prohibit...
Local homeowners may be able to cash in on last week's mortgage discrimination settlement with Wells Fargo. The bank was accused of steering black and Latino borrowers into subprime mortgages or charging them higher fees and interest rates than white...
The Justice Department announced a fair-lending settlement with Wells Fargo & Co. on Thursday that will compensate tens of thousands of the bank's African-American and Hispanic borrowers who were allegedly steered into high-cost, subprime mortgages. A...
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...
When more than 3,500 people gathered in Chicago recently for the Mortgage Bankers Association's annual convention, the most since 2007, there were a lot of acronyms thrown around and a lot of concern expressed about the direction of residential lending....
Los Angeles TimesConsumers fed up with the rising tide of bank fees helped the nation's credit unions more than double their number of new customers last year, new figures show. More than 1.3 million Americans opened new credit union accounts last year, up from less than...
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