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Dallas Tollway Fees Are Not Meant to be Permanent | Dallas Business Journal

Rep. Matt Shaheen, R-Plano, doesn’t mind rocking the boat during his first session in the House: He has filed a bill that, if passed, would return toll roads to the state highway system once revenue bonds are paid in full.That’s a bold statement, given that North Texas has the largest and oldest system of tolled roads in the state.

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Golden Oldie: One United Bank is the Largest Black Owned Bank in America

OneUnited Bank for the last 50 years has been the premier bank for urban communities with offices in CaliforniaFlorida and Massachusetts. Its… 323 more words

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CFPB Wants Better, Faster Database Of Credit Card Agreements

Much like a restaurant that has to shutter for a short time while installing new kitchen equipment, federal regulators occasionally have to press pause on an important process to fix things for the long haul. 353 more words

American Express Raises Interest Rates In Effort To Be Just Like Other Credit Cards

The bad news continues to mount for American Express customers, as the company announced plans Wednesday to raise the annual interest rates on a number of consumer credit cards. 300 more words

Digital Content: Superhero money matters everyone can relate to

Even superheroes have to take care of their finances. And while Batman and Iron Man may back their latest missions with seemingly bottomless funds, other superheroes are more likely to be spotted at the kitchen table with a cup of coffee and a pile of statements and bills, just like the rest of us. 74 more words

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Second verse, same as the first?

In 2007, I worked for a community bank with a long history of high performance. At the time, I was running the only national business line, the home improvement finance business. 467 more words

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Who are your competitors?

Markets change. After long periods of stability, one or more entrepreneurial disrupters enters the market and puts its stamp on an industry. Some of the old guard will fade away, some will adapt, and the new guard will take control. 345 more words

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