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20 hrs ago | via NBC29
By Adam Schreck Associated Press On packed subways and crowded highways, billions of people participate in a short-distance population shift twice a day: the rhythmic ritual of the daily commute... By Adam Schreck Associated Press On packed subways and crowded highways, billions of people participate in a short-distance population shift twice a day: the rhythmic ritual of the daily commute to and... Police discovered the body of a missing Arkansas real estate agent in a shallow grave at a concrete company early Tuesday, and a man arrested in connection with her kidnapping is expected to be charged in the... Authorities say the body of an Arkansas real estate agent who disappeared Thursday has been found in a shallow grave at a concrete company. Comment?
Sunday | via Rabett Run
The Bunny was wrong, it's gonna be the home owners who have to pay for flood insurance. Today in the Virginian Pilot on Line , an article by Aaron Applegate appears about how real estate in high flood risk areas just is not selling. Comment?
Monday Sep 22 | via Virginia Business
Four Virginia companies have been named to Working Mother magazine's 100 Best Companies list. The Virginia-based companies recognized for their policies include Freddie Mac, Capital One Financial Corp., Booz Allen Hamilton and Bon Secours Virginia Health System. Comment?
Friday Sep 19 | via The Washington Post
Carter's Grove, on the northern bank of the James River near Williamsburg, was built in 1750 by Carter Burwell, grandson of Robert "King" Carter, an early Colonial land baron. It was meant to awe visitors with physical evidence of the bountiful riches that could be wrung from the New World wilderness For centuries, Carter's Grove Plantation served as an imposing symbol of Virginia's rich history; the mansion is considered one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in the country, and the nearly 500 acres that surround it include not only sweeping views of the James River but archaeological remains of a doomed English settlement from the 17th century. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 17 | via Business News
Barclays , HSBC and bailed-out Royal Bank of Scotland are among 13 banks facing fraud allegations and a claim for $1.15bn in damages in the US state of Virginia over the sale of mortgage bonds during the financial crisis . The Virginia attorney general, Mark Herring, made the accusations, which relate to the sale of bonds to the state's retirement fund from 2004 to 2010. Comment?
8 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Canada's banking regulator is washing his hands of the idea of forcing banks to assume more of the risks from their mortgage businesses. Jeremy Rudin, who took the helm of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions this summer, says it would be up to the Finance Minister to make any such changes. Comment?
Jun 23, 2009 | via Examiner.com
Foreclosure is a painful, emotional and life changing event. Foreclosure can be emotionally charged with feelings ranging from grief to anger and guilt. Comment?
16 min ago | via Reuters
France is unveiling its 2015 budget right now and it's not making pretty reading, confirming that Paris will not get its budget deficit down to the EU limit of three percent of GDP until 2017, years after it should have done. The health minister has said the welfare deficit is expected to run nearly one billion euros over budget this year and data on Tuesday showed France's national debt hit a record high in the second quarter, topping two trillion euros for the first time. Comment?
16 min ago | via Bloomberg
Investors in Europe's $317 billion asset-backed bond market have much to thank Mario Draghi for. By pledging to boost the region's economy by making ABS purchases he's helped hand investors the best returns in 20 months. Comment?
18 min ago | via Iol.co.za
Growth in China's manufacturing sector held up in September but remained subdued in a sign that the world's second-largest economy is still struggling to recover its growth momentum. The official Purchasing Managers' Index hovered at 51.1, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday, indicating a modest expansion in activity and a touch ahead of forecasts for a 51.0 reading. Comment?
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