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How to Protect Yourself from Fraud and Identity Theft Offline [Privacy]

Privacy This week is International Fraud Awareness Week , and while yesterday we discussed how you can protect yourself from fraud and identity theft online , today we’re going to look at how you can keep your personal information safe when you’re away…

Business Lending to Rise in 2012

Banks have healed from the financial crisis. They might even find themselves competing for customers.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Online Shopping

More consumers are expected to do their holiday shopping online this year � about 47% compared with 44% in 2010, according to a National Retail Federation survey. And about half

Middle-Income Not Always Well-Served by Investment Community

Flat Fee Portfolios and Garrett Planning Network Bring Affordable, Professional Solutions to the "Average" Investor

BNP Paribas to Provide Treasury Services in the U.S. via Outsourcing Agreement With BNY Mellon

NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwire – Nov 7, 2011) – BNP Paribas Corporate and Investment Bank and BNY Mellon today announced an agreement that will enable BNP Paribas to expand its suite of global Cash Management solutions to include U.S. Cash Management services.

Springfield police for Nov. 1

Thief Apprehended Personnel at the T-Mobile in the Springfield Mall told police, 3:12 p.m., Oct. 26, three males were acting suspiciously and were possibly the same men involved in phone theft from the Sprint store on Oct. 11.

Long-term cycles vs. short-term market potential

I always appreciate the Kress Cycle analysis. Yet, I must say that I am confused.

Two sent to state pen for drug sales

Two Lebanon men have been sentenced to state prison for selling drugs to undercover police officers.

Private Firms Hired More Than Expected In October

Private employers added more jobs than expected last month, though the lack of robust labor market growth reinforced the Federal Reserve’s view that economic progress will likely be "frustratingly slow."

For frustrated consumers, there are ways to avoid or reduce pesky bank fees

CHICAGO – From Occupy Wall Street protesters to retirees, consumers are riled up about bank fees like few other personal finance issues in memory.