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  • Legg Mason Tennis Classic now the Citi Open

    The Legg Mason Tennis Classic, a staple of the late-summer sporting scene in the Washington area for more than four decades, is getting a dramatic makeover that will include a new title sponsor, stadium upgrades and shared billing with an existing...
  • Wells Fargo mails mortgage-rate reduction offers to borrowers

    Wells Fargo borrowers potentially eligible for mortgage rate reductions under the national settlement with big banks are being notified this month, Maryland's attorney general said Friday. The lender is mailing out rate-reduction offers in waves, meaning...
  • Baltimore vs. Wall Street

    Baltimore vs. Wall Street
    A report that theU.S. Department of Justicehas opened criminal investigations into allegations that Wall Street's biggest banks conspired to rig interest rates tied to trillions of dollars in investments should hearten Baltimore City officials who have...
  • $1 billion in aid coming to Maryland foreclosure victims

    A federal judge finalized on Thursday a landmark settlement that will bring nearly $1 billion in aid to Maryland homeowners who were victims of deceptive and illegal foreclosure practices. The settlement, for $25 billion in total, was first reached in...
  • Chase, other banks backing away from debit card fees

    Chase, other banks backing away from debit card fees
    Update: Reuters is reporting that even Bank of America is scaling back on its $5 debit card fee by giving customers more ways to avoid the charge. Bank of America, which caused an uproar last month when it announced it would introduce a $5 monthly...
  • Lack of funding may fizzle out July 4 fireworks at Loch Raven Technical Academy

    The thousands of people who showed up for the Towson-area's annual Fourth of July fireworks this year didn't realize they might have been witnessing the end of a 40-year tradition. A January deadline is looming to determine if the fireworks will...
  • CFPB releases nearly 2,000 comments on private student loans

    When borrowers complain about student loan debt it is most likely they are talking about private education loans. And the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been getting an earful of complaints about these types of loans that don't have the...
  • First Mariner faces deadline to raise capital

    First Mariner faces deadline to raise capital
    Seven months after First Mariner Bancorp struck a cash-infusion deal that Chairman Edwin F. Hale Sr. characterized as a "significant milestone" in the struggling Baltimore company's efforts to raise its capital levels, a second deadline has come and gone,...
  • Md. mortgage distress appeared to ease slightly in 2011

    The number of Maryland homeowners behind on their mortgage payments but not yet in foreclosure inched downward in 2011, numbers released Thursday showed. It was the second consecutive year of improvement, but it wasn't enough to bring the state back to...
  • Ivy bookshop gets new owners

    Ivy bookshop gets new owners
    Fans of the Ivy Bookshop in North Baltimore got some good news today, with the announcement that new owners have been found. Ann and Ed Berlin will take ownership in January, according to an email from store owner Darielle Linehan. She said the "Berlins...
  • Wall Street antics endanger capitalism

    Wall Street antics endanger capitalism
    Wall Street is its own worst enemy. It should have welcomed new financial regulation as a means of restoring public trust. Instead, it's busily shredding new regulations and making the public more distrustful than ever. The Street's biggest lobbying...
  • Regulators warn Marylanders about mortgage settlement scam

    Con artists move quickly. Just a couple of weeks after Maryland joined a multi-state mortgage settlement, state regulators are warning about scam artists trying to trick Marylanders into thinking they are entitled to that money. These schemers call or...