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  • Legg focused on reversing fund withdrawals

    Legg Mason Inc. has bounced back from the worst of the financial crisis by many counts. The Baltimore financial powerhouse has cleaned up its balance sheet without government help, returned to profitability and initiated a major cost-cutting program to...
  • 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...
  • Maryland joins nationwide mortgage settlement

    Maryland joins nationwide mortgage settlement
    Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler has agreed to join other states in a $25 billion settlement with the nation's five largest mortgage servicers — a landmark agreement that would provide nearly $1 billion in aid to Maryland homeowners...
  • U.S. mortgage deal nears as holdout states join

    California and New York, two big holdout states in a $25 billion mortgage settlement, are expected to join the deal, smoothing the way for an announcement on Thursday, according to a person familiar with the matter. Florida, with its large distressed...
  • Sinclair renews Fox affiliations, has option to buy local station

    Sinclair renews Fox affiliations, has option to buy local station
    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. will renew Fox Broadcasting Co. affiliations with 19 of its television stations in an agreement that also allows Sinclair to purchase a Fox-owned station in Baltimore. Under the agreement with Fox, Sinclair has the option to...
  • Mortgage settlement: A good deal for Maryland

    Mortgage settlement: A good deal for Maryland
    Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler is right to sign on to the multi-state settlement with the nation's five largest banks over some aspects of the faulty procedures they used to foreclose on homes during the mortgage crisis. The state stands...
  • Mortgage settlement has shortcomings, critics say

    As the federal government and 49 states signed a landmark mortgage relief settlement Thursday, housing advocates and others pointed to shortcomings and raised questions about how the $25 billion plan would be able to provide relief to nearly 2 million...
  • Sparrows Point to restart some steelmaking operations

    A letter from the owner of the idled Sparrows Point steel mill assuring customers that some operations are to resume will be welcome news, at least in the short term, an industry observer said Wednesday. The letter — dated Tuesday and first...
  • Wells Fargo agrees to pay restitution to mortgage borrowers

    Under an agreement announced Thursday by the Maryland Attorney General's Office, Wells Fargo has agreed to make loan modifications and pay nearly $1 million in restitution to customers of two lenders acquired by the bank. The office's Consumer Protection...
  • County police call on public to identify suspect in Towson bank robbery

    County police call on public to identify suspect in Towson bank robbery
    Baltimore County Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man suspected in the Nov. 15 armed robbery at Wells Fargo Bank, in the 900 block of Fairmount Avenue, Towson. Police said that on Tuesday, at about 2 p.m., a man entered the...
  • Howard County business newsmakers

    Gilchrist Hospice Care announced the appointment of two new board members: Hugh W. Mohler, who currently serves in the Wealth Management area of Wells Fargo's Greater Maryland region and is the former president and chief executive officer of Bay National...
  • 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...