This Sunday is a big day for America's favorite dysfunctional family--The Sopranos. Not only do Tony, Carmella and the gang return to the airwaves after a long hiatus--they also appear on the cover of PARADE magazine with none other than Dr. Joyce Brothers, who has written the cover story on…
International supermodel and Sports Illustrated 2009 cover girl, Bar Refaeli, appears in the Rampage brand's upcoming fall 2009 marketing campaign. Refaeli replaces supermodel, Gisele B?ndchen as the new face for the young contemporary brand. (PRNewsFoto/Iconix Brand Group Inc.)
Young adults whose parents set high expectations for good money
management have better spending and saving habits, according to new
research from the University of Arizona.
A new business-networking group goes beyond the professional
into the personal and pushes even further — into religion.
Property assessments are akin to thievery
WASHINGTON — Celebrities Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney and
Denzel Washington, prominent Democratic fundraisers and
heavyweights from the financial services and high-tech industries
were among those landing visits with President Obama or others at
the White House during Obama's first months i…
WASHINGTON — Dozens of lawmakers have drawn scrutiny from their
ethics monitor this year for everything from financial dealings to
travel and campaign donations, according to a leaked account
showing an active House panel secretly at work.
Could the controversial appraisal system imposed nationwide by
mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac last May — and now tied
to lowball property valuations, busted home-sale transactions, and
higher fees to consumers — be on its way out?
NEW YORK — Regulators shut nine banks Friday, including Los
Angeles-based California National, as the still-weak economy
produces a stream of loan defaults.
APAC Customer Services Inc. will be hiring about 70 new workers
for its second call center in Tucson, with plans to hire an
additional 600 people in the future.
ATLANTA — Sleepless in Seattle? Hardly. West Virginia is where
people are really staying awake, according to the first government
study to monitor state-by-state differences in sleeplessness.
What: The Hartford Financial Services Group filled potholes in
Tucson Thursday as part of a multicity promotional event. The
company opened up an online survey for locals to vote on the
pothole they most wanted filled.