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Earth Class Mail, once a highly touted Oregon startup, files bankruptcy ahead …

Earth Class Mail, briefly among the best-known Oregon startups, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Friday. But the Beaverton company is still operating and is apparently preparing itself for sale. Theres someone thats going to be buying Earth Class Mail, said Amber Hensley, the companys customer service manager. She said she cannot disclose the buyers identity, […]

How to Find Credit Cards for Bad Credit

When you have bad credit, it is hard, but not impossible, to obtain a credit card. With a little extra effort and planning you can find a credit card that will work with your financial situation. Here are some tips on how to find credit cards for bad credit: Know why you have bad credit […]

BORN opens as clearinghouse for meeting needs

BUCYRUS — Perhaps the most impressive thing about BORN, the Bucyrus Outreach amp; Restoration Network, which officially got off the ground Wednesday, is the manner in which it came into being — from scratch. The organization, which has a rear entrance in the Crawford County Partnership building at 117 E. Mansfield St., is designed as […]

Five things you need to know about college savings

After a number of people on Twitter asked questions about saving for their childrens or grandchildrens college education, we took their questions to Kerry Wallingford, a college planning and financial expert. The following is a log of the advice she gave in response to those questions: Viewer 1: GET vs Real Estate vs Stock Market? […]

IMF could do more for EU than ECB’s QE

With the cost of funds at 0.05 percent, a weak lending to the private sector reflects extremely bad credit risks and higher (and default-free) yields banks can get on loans to governments. Last January, for example, the euro area bank loans to governments increased 2.1 percent from the year earlier, while private sector loans declined […]

Service Charge Dispute leading to Bad Credit

Service Charge Dispute leading to Bad Credit

Hospital Sues Bank of America To Recoup Losses From Cyberattack

lt;h1gt;Hospital Sues Bank of America To Recoup Losses From Cyberattacklt;/h1gt; lt;divgt;, iHealthBeat, Thursday, March 5, 2015lt;/divgt; lt;p style=margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt;gt;A public hospital in Washington lt;a href=http://krebsonsecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/018-Second-Am-Complaint.pdf target=_blankgt;has filed a lawsuitlt;/agt; against Bank of America seeking to recoup some of the losses incurred from a $1.03 million cyberattack on the organization in 2013, lt;a href=http://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/03/hospital-sues-bank-of-america-over-million-dollar-cyberheist/…

RadioShack franchisees band together amid bankruptcy

As the once-mighty RadioShack corporation comes apart in bankruptcy court, hundreds of independently owned RadioShack shops are banding together to ensure they survive the turmoil. The Texas company is shedding roughly 2,000 corporate-owned stores, and its iconic name is being offered up to the highest bidder. Continue reading below

Bankruptcy court to weigh Revel sale, but loopholes exist

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (AP) A bankruptcy court judge will consider yet again the proposed sale of Atlantic Citys former Revel Casino hotel to a Florida developer. But the $82 million deal has loopholes that could let the owner, Revel AC, or the purchaser, Glenn Straub, back out before it is due to close March 31. […]

From homeowner to homeless, meet a victim of Florida’s ongoing foreclosure crisis

For our Making Sen$e story about Florida foreclosures, we met a man named David who had to hand over the keys to his house for cash. Paul Solman catches up with him on his third day living out of his truck. In 2007, a man we’re calling simply David bought a modest house on a […]

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