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Monday Dec 22 | via Channel3000
What does a Milwaukee bartender, a Florida commercial aircraft parts salesman, a Washington real estate agent, a Baltimore special education teacher and Paul Chryst have in common? An open records request to the university's athletics department revealed 46 applicants sent in 278 pages of resumes, coaching philosophies and references to Athletic Director Barry Alvarez for the position that Chryst received on Dec. 17. State law allows candidates to remain confidential if they ask for that in writing. Among the football coaches who applied for the position were current defensive coordinator Dave Aranda, Brigham Young University head coach Bronco Mendenhall and former Army head coach Richard Ellerson. Comment?
Friday Dec 19 | via FindLaw
The COUNTY OF RAMSEY; The County of Hennepin, on behalf of themselves and all other Minnesota counties, Plaintiffs-Appellants v. MERSCORP HOLDINGS, INC.; Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.; Bank of America Corporation; Bank of America, N.A; Citigroup, Inc.; CitiBank, N.A.; CitiMortgage, Inc.; Deutsche Bank National Trust Company; EverBank; Goldman Sachs Mortgage Company; GS Mortgage Securities Corp.; HSBC Bank USA, N.A.; JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A.; Morgan Stanley ABS Capital I, Inc.; SunTrust Mortgage, Inc.; TCF National Bank; The Bank of New York Mellon; United Guaranty Corporation; US Bank N.A.; Wells Fargo Bank N.A.; Does Corporation I-MMM, Defendants-Appellees. Comment?
Friday Dec 19 | via Star Tribune
Grant money for programs to fight teen pregnancy and provide housing for the poor went for handbags, designer jeans, and a son's rent, etc. The two nonprofit programs for poor Minnesotans that Roberta Barnes started up in 2002 and 2008 touched the heartstrings and she was rewarded with $1.7 million in state grant funds to underwrite her efforts. Comment?
Thursday Dec 18 | via KSTP
A St. Paul woman pleaded guilty to using two non-profits to steal almost $500,000 in state and federal grants, the U.S. Attorneys Office said. Barnes obtained $1.7 million in grants from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency through her nonprofits with promises to use the money for philanthropic purposes. Comment?
Thursday Dec 18 | via Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal
As I see it, the real point at issue here is that Alan Blinder on the one hand and Jeff Madrick and Arnold Packer on the other have very different ideas of what the "mainstream" of modern American economics is. Alan Blinder believes that the "mainstream" is his brand of economics--MIT-Princeton-Berkeley. Comment?
7 min ago | via Alabama Live
Mobile Area residential sales totaled 270 units in November represent an increase in sales growth of 9.8 percent or 24 units above the same period last year. In addition, total sales represent a 29.2 percent improvement for the month's bottom experienced in 2008. Comment?
8 min ago | via The Times-Picayune
In this file photo from June 12, 2009, Kurt Werling cuts his grass as his children watch from his front porch at 6404 Vicksburg St. in Lakeview. Across the street are two large homes, 6403 and 6429 Vicksburg St., at left, in Lakeview. Comment?
30 min ago | via The Motley Fool
Whether we want to admit it or not, teens are playing an increasingly important role in the U.S. economy. According to PBS, teens are expected to spend up to $155 billion in 2014, a 55% increase from the $100 billion they spent in 2009. Comment?
Friday | via Business Wire
FUND NAME AND DISTRIBUTIONS RECORD/EX DATE PAYMENTDATE Putnam California Tax Exempt Incom... )--Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, former chief economist of Ford Motor Co., has joined the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business faculty. She retired from Ford Oc... )--TechNavio, a tech-focused research firm, has published a new report on Global Voice Over Mobile Broadband Market, which is expected to grow significantly & post a CAGR of 1... )--The holidays produce a lot of waste - now what to do with all of it? Waste Management has tips on making the post holidays more sustainable. Comment?
43 min ago | via GantDaily.com
What they will find are much more favorable conditions than they have seen in years, including lower down payment mortgages, looser lending standards and a bigger selection of homes to choose from. But in early December, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac put new lending guidelines in place and started offering 3% down payment mortgages that will make it easier for more first-time buyers to qualify for a mortgage. Comment?
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