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Russian spy novels and secret meetings: How Oliver Stone made the “Snowden” film

Acclaimed director Oliver Stone, the man behind Oscar-winning films like Born on the Fourth of July and Wall Street, is readying to release the first—and perhaps the definitive—biopic on American whistleblower Edward Snowden. 474 more words

Recording Requirements: When “Duly Acknowledged" Is Not Enough

DeGiacomo v. First Call Mortgage Company (In re Reznikov), 548 B.R. 606 (Bankr. D. Mass. 2016)

A chapter 7 trustee sought to avoid a recorded mortgage based on a defective acknowledgment and then to preserve the lien of the mortgage for the benefit of the bankruptcy estate. 886 more words

Real Estate

Yellen hints that September interest rate hike not off the books

Janet Yellen, Federal Reserve System chair of the board of governors hinted in her speech today that a rate hike in the near term is not off the books, and some speculate that it could come as soon as September. 1,284 more words

Housing Market

Rate Hikes are on the Horizon

Market Conditions Improve Chances of Rate Hike, Says Yellen

By Zoe Eisenberg
In a recent speech at Jackson Hole, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen supported the anticipation of two possible rate hikes this year, noting that the case for a rate hike has strengthened. 152 more words


Welcome to Team Superstores

Team Superstores offers one of the largest selections of vehicles in the Bay Area including Chevrolet, Cadillac, Mazda and Hyundai. With more than 60 models of new vehicles and a wide variety of pre-owned vehicles, Team Superstores is the place to find your next vehicle. 166 more words


David Gianulias - Tips to Storing Your Music Digitally

David Gianulias enjoys listening to music. It is one of his passions. Over the years he has built up a collection of over 250,000 songs. 259 more words