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Tuesday Oct 14 | via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
When the state attorney general's office moved the foreclosure of the August Wilson Center for African American Culture to Allegheny County Common Pleas Orphans' Court a year ago, the primary reason for doing so was to compel a "complete and full accounting" of the center's assets. Despite Orphans' Court Judge Lawrence O'Toole's prodding, the attorney general's office has yet to produce the accounting, which it said was designed to identify any mismanagement and additional losses the debt-ridden center compiled. Comment?
Saturday Oct 4 | via Business Journal
Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Judge Lawrence O'Toole signed an order approving a final deal for the August Wilson Center for African American Culture that was forced into default over its mortgage of more than $7 million in September 2013. An affiliate of the Pittsburgh Foundation will buy the center for $8.49 million, excluding the endowment, a liquor license and a few other minor assets, with $590,000 going to the receiver and the remaining $7.9 million going to Dollar Bank. Comment?
Aug 1, 2014 | via Post-gazette.com
The deal brokered to save the August Wilson Center for African American Culture will leave some creditors without a payday. Although local foundations have agreed to purchase the Downtown facility with an $8.49 million bid of private and public money, an estimated $1 million owed by the center to smaller creditors will not be paid, said Michael Shiner, attorney for Judith Fitzgerald, the center's receiver. Comment?
Sep 19, 2014 | via Business Journal
The parties involved -- including Dollar Bank, the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh , and conservator Judith Fitzgerald -- were at a hearing Friday morning in the Orphans' Court Division of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas. Dollar Bank, which is moving to foreclose on a mortgage debt of more than $7 million, argued against Fitzgerald's plans to move a scheduled Oct. 6 sheriff's sale to December. Comment?
Sep 17, 2014 | via Business Journal
The legal costs of the ongoing dispute over the August Wilson Center for African American Culture are getting high enough that Dollar Bank is beginning to worry the court-approved high bid of $9.5 million may be eclipsed. Dollar Bank filed a procedural motion Tuesday in the Orphans' Court Division of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas to separate legal issues in an upcoming trial in which the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh seeks to maintain its covenants that restrict the August Wilson Center property's use as an African-American cultural center. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 14 | via Forbes.com
I write about stock markets, art markets, millennials and their money. Before joining the markets and personal finance desk I produced the investing section of Forbes.com. Comment?
Sunday Oct 5 | via Business Journal
EQT Corp. shares fell 5 percent and ExOne Co. fell 4.5 percent in trading Monday, a session where the three major stock indexes all declined more than 1.3 percent. Comment?
Thursday Oct 9 | via The Citizens' Voice
State Senate/House Bill 76 recently passed through the Senate Finance Committee on Sept. 16 and is now in waiting to be passed through the Senate Appropriations Committee. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 7 | via Daily Kos
On Sept. 4, 1886, Goyathlay, the leader of the Chiricahua band of Bedonkohe Apaches known as Geronimo, surrendered along with 37 men, women and children. Comment?
Monday Oct 6 | via Post-gazette.com
Rob McCord is in the business of making you money and paying your bills. He's in the market for low-risk, steady return investments, and if there's a clean energy angle, all the better, according to the state treasurer. Comment?
3 min ago | via Herald Gazette
Exceptional home in a desirable location with long wooded driveway, private setting, and underground power. Reproduction Cape featuring a sunroom with dramatic water views, 3 fireplaces, plaster walls, air conditioning, all set on a private 4.9 acre lot. Comment?
1 hr ago | via WICU12 Erie
Beginning in January, monthly fees on Citi rewards checking accounts will increase from $20 to $25, and fees on basic accounts will rise from $10 to $12. While there are still ways to avoid getting hit with these fees, the requirements for doing so have also changed. Comment?
Saturday Oct 18 | via SouthCoastToday.com
Darlene Alferes, Head of Operations, is pleased to announce that Roy Aviles is their top producer for the month of September. This is quite an accomplishment for a realtor in his first full year in the business. Comment?
14 min ago | via New York Daily News
Q. I have more than one financial goal, but I can't afford to save for all of them. What do I do? A. I spend a good amount of time working with young professionals on a financial planning concept called "goal priority." Comment?
16 min ago | via The Washington Post
Almost a third of the home loans written in September by a mortgage provider part-owned by Macquarie Group Ltd. were to Chinese investors, the chairman of the firm said. Yellow Brick Road Holdings Ltd., 18.4 percent owned by Macquarie, lent A$320 million to Chinese investors out of a total A$1.1 billion in disbursements last month, Mark Bouris said yesterday in Sydney. Comment?
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