Effects of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on financial companies

May 20, 2011 Brian Bradley

Effects of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on financial companies

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which was created by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and will officially launch on July 21, is set to provide stronger enforcement of the federal laws and regulations governing


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Auto industry financing discussed at 2011 New York Auto Show

May 18, 2011 Brian Bradley

Auto industry financing discussed at 2011 New York Auto Show

Leaders from the auto industry and members of the public recently gathered in New York to find out about the newest offerings from companies around the world. Those in attendance got the chance to network and find out about auto industry financing


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The importance of identify verification for new and existing employees

May 18, 2011 Brian Bradley

As identity theft becomes more of a pressing issue for employers, pre-employment screening and identity verification have become tightened in an effort to determine if job applicants really are who they claim to be. It is not uncommon for a


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Social networks refute discounted cash valuations

May 18, 2011 Karen Umpierre

Social networking sites with a large number of active users are achieving high business valuations regardless of whether they are making or forecasting much profit, according to Business Sale Report. This is raising questions about the possibility


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Wisconsin short term lending legislation exposes loopholes

May 18, 2011 Todd Milner

Wisconsin short term lending legislation exposes loopholes

Representative Gordon Hintz, a Democrat from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, who authored a bill designed to crack down on short term lending in the state last year, is now supporting new legislation to cap interest rates at 36 percent - a provision similar


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