Bank of America’s fate still unclear


Archive for June, 2011

Bank of America’s fate still unclear

NEW YORK Bank of America’s $8.5 billion settlement with investors is the largest any bank has ever paid. (2 hours ago)

Uk Consumer Morale Weakens In June

Confidence among British consumers declined more than expected in June after the "feel-good factor" of the extra bank holidays and Royal Wedding that sparked the sharpest jump in sentiment in 18 years in May diminished, results of a key survey showed Thursday. (4 hours ago)

Fraud prevention lacking

Credit card companies could make customers’ accounts and identities more secure with a few simple steps. (39 mins ago)

Malaysia in the Era of Globalization #71

Chapter 9: Islam in Malay Life The Azzan regularly interrupts television programs, often at the most inopportune moment, as just before the dramatic climax of a scene or even in mid sentence. If they can find a convenient spot to interrupt programs for…

Beginning of end for Greek troubles, or for Greece itself?

We are on the verge of an economic collapse,’ Soros says of euro developments (11 hours ago)

Manuel Pietra to Provide Government Resource Planning Domain Expertise as Member of AuthenWare Advisory Board

FreeBalance President & CEO joins Advisory Board of leading cybersecurity software company. Read the full story at (21 mins ago)

USDA honors homeowners, partners

From left: Bret Gneiting of Eagle Home Mortgage, Anne Bostick of USDA Rural Development and USDA Housing Program Director Bill Brewer celebrate Eagle’s honor as a top producer in the USDA Rural Development home loan program. (1 day ago)

UE Sports Information Director Boxell stepping down

During his 29 years as the sports information director at the University of Evansville, Bob Boxell always striven to do what was best when it came to promoting the Aces’ athletics programs. It’s been a juggling act that he has enjoyed immensely even if…

HILLSBOROUGH: Free paper shredding Saturday at township facility

HILLSBOROUGH The township will host a free public paper-shredding event, open to all Somerset County residents, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Auten Road facility. (2 hours ago)

Government Turns Spotlight on Child ID Theft Problem

The government is stepping up its efforts to educate parents on preventing the crimes and resolving the damage already done. (18 hours ago)