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Girl Scouts Celebrate 'Bring Your Daughter to Work Day' at Bank of America

The #GirlPower was strong at the Bank of America ‘Bring Your Daughter, Niece and Mentee to Work Day!’ Employees at the Bank of America financial center in downtown Chicago invited Nancy Wright, CEO of Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana, and three special guests — Girl Scouts Cadette Susan Tatelli, Anya Konieczka and Areesha Majeed — to speak about the importance of women in leadership. 366 more words

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THE QUIET TITLE WAR MANUAL’s author Dave Krieger, along with California quiet title attorney Al West, will be hosting an open forum Sunday evening at 5:00 p.m., July 31, 2016, following the end of the scheduled quiet title workshop to specifically discuss America’s Wholesale Lender loans!   262 more words

Breaking News

The Financial System Is Breaking Down At An Unimaginable Pace

Now it’s $13 trillion.

That’s the total amount of government bonds in the world that have negative yields, according to calculations published last week by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. 502 more words

Bank of America's Dragging Quarter Beats Expectations

Bank of America, the second-largest U.S. bank by assets, reported a 19.4 percent fall in quarterly profit on Monday as low lending rates dented its interest income. 433 more words


IBM, Yahoo, and others to release earnings this week

By Economic Editor

According to Morningstar.com, which is an investment and research firm based in Chicago, Bank of America, IBM, Goldman Sachs, American Express, AT&T, and several other public American companies will be releasing their quarterly earnings and data information this coming week. 289 more words

The Systems Scientist

Woman fights foreclosure after fire destroys home

ROBERTSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – A Robertson County woman is fighting to keep her former home, which burned down, from being foreclosed on after she paid her mortgage off in April. 631 more words


This Just in, From the "Slightly Spooky" Department

“211 in progress at the BofA, Laurel Canyon, north of Kittridge”

By Ken K. Gourdin

This just in, from the “Slightly Spooky” department. I work for a contractor that contracts with automakers to locate customers’ desired destinations and download them directly to customers’ GPS units so as to spare customers the distraction of entering addresses manually (and, thereby, to increase the safety of the motoring public). 343 more words