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Dec 23, 2014 | via JD Supra
Discussing the Two Pillars of America's Main Street Economy - An Interview with Larry F. Mazza, CEO of MVB Bank, Inc. Larry Mazza is Chief Executive Officer of MVB Financial Corp., the parent of West Virginia-based MVB Bank, Inc. Mr. Mazza also serves on the MVB Financial Corp. Board of Directors. He is a recognized name in West Virginia banking with over 25 years of experience in both large banks and community banks. Comment?
28 min ago | via JD Supra
The biennial Texas Legislative Session started January 13. Two months later, they are now setting committee hearings other than finance ones. But Mondays and Fridays are still pretty much travel days. Comment?
11 min ago | via National Mortgage News
Mortgage servicers are getting hit hard by dips in interest rates, as millions of borrowers become more likely to refinance and disappear from portfolios, taking with them a lucrative income stream. The volatility in rates in the past four months has upended the business models of some new entrants into mortgage servicing. Comment?
18 min ago | via The Columbian
With the deep freeze that has inundated the eastern half of the United States contributing to the drop, prices for logs and lumber processed on the West Coast have dipped over the last couple of months. "There was a quick uptick in the market in late 2014, and that had a lot of people in the industry anticipating a good start to the new year," said Shawn Church, editor of Random Lengths, a Eugene-based publication that tracks the log and lumber businesses. Comment?
21 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Last week real estate agent Christopher Bibby listed a double-storey Cabbagetown loft with an asking price of $785,00. The first offer landed within about six hours so Mr. Bibby set a deadline for 10 p.m. that night and set about contacting any agent who booked an appointment. Comment?
27 min ago | via Business News
The anger at the hardship suffered by strikers and their families still runs deep, as does the bitterness between those on the picket lines and those who crossed them. Divided communities take a long time to heal; some never do. Comment?
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