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A former Boca Raton financial adviser faces charges of defrauding his victims out of thousands of dollars by claiming they were getting into mineral drilling investments. Investigators say Jason Thomas Knapp, 29, of Corinth, N.Y., told his victims they...
ReutersThe top U.S. regulator adopted watered-down rules to bring swaps onto exchange-like trading platforms in the $640 billion derivatives market, giving big banks a boost. The rules constitute a compromise that critics say means supervisors have fewer tools...
Ten Years Ago La Cañada High School swim teams captured 23 gold medals and a dozen silver or bronze awards at the Rio Hondo League finals, held at Pasadena City College in May 2003. Twenty Years Ago One week after a man held up a Western Federal...
Tags: Parade of Roses
Sun SentinelA missing Plantation woman has been located unharmed in Lauderdale Lakes, police said Tuesday morning. Police had been seeking the public's help in finding Rita Bartley, 83. She had last been seen at her home along the 1800 block of Northwest 75th...
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My young colleague, Ben Welsh, who hails from Swisher, Iowa, by way of Columbia, Mo., and Washington, D.C., quickly caught on to what we native Angelenos know subliminally. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Scully: A May 14 Op-Ed about Vin Scully said...
"The Book of Mormon" will play its last Chicago performance Oct. 6, the show's producers officially announced on Thursday, confirming a fall departure that long had been evident. The Chicago company is to head west for further touring engagements. The...
Who took Harriet Hausman's $4,643.75 state tax refund check remains a mystery, but the 89-year-old River Forest resident has gotten her money back. Hausman said the entire amount was deposited into her account Friday. "I have the money and I'm...
Tags: Judy Baar Topinka, Jon Yates, Nicor Incorporated, Banking, Theft
It's long been a basic tenet of the business world: You give us more business, we'll reward your loyalty with better deals. That's how cable companies operate with their service packages. That's how phone companies work. And until now, that's pretty...
United Arts of Central Florida this morning unveiled its new power2give donation program that allows donors to support specific projects run by arts, science and history organizations. The program is website-based, at power2give.org, so donors can...
Wouldn't it be nice if investing in the stock market were as easy as Bank of America Corp. is making it look? The second-largest U.S. lender this week settled a five-year legal battle with MBIA Inc., the struggling bond insurer, over losses tied to bad...
WASHINGTON -- American families reduced their debt load in the first three months of the year by 1%, bringing it down to pre-recession levels after an uptick in the last quarter of 2012, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday. Outstanding household debt,...
The Maitland Art Center has so much going on, I could easily fill my column with all the happenings at that historic institution. Here's a shorter version: The center is bringing back its artist-in-residency program started by founder Andre Smith in...
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