Oklahoma entrepreneur re-launches debt collection career

Mar 08, 2011 Kyle Duncan

Oklahoma entrepreneur re-launches debt collection career

A former billionaire, whose prior company collapsed in 1999, recently relaunched his career with a brand-new debt collection company.The Oklahoman reports that Bill Bartmann, who once ran the now-defunct Commercial Financial Services, stated


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Employers looking for different information during background screenings

Mar 08, 2011 Matt Roesly

According to many experts, it is easier than ever to perform background checks on those looking for apartment, jobs and other sectors. The things that are considered "red flags" often differ depending on the person or organization


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Debit card rules could hurt short-term financing sources

Mar 08, 2011 Brian Bradley

Debit card rules could hurt short-term financing sources

Members of the short-term financing and credit union industry were present for a hearing of the House Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit, which dissected the impact the Dodd-Frank Act will have on financial instituions.


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Nevada bill seeks to counter child ID theft

Mar 08, 2011 Brian Bradley

Growing concern about identity thieves stealing the identities of children is motivating Nevada lawmakers to crack down on the practice. According to the Nevada Appeal, state assembly speaker John Oceguera told the state's judiciary committee


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Auto delinquency rate to level off in 2011

Mar 08, 2011 Brian Bradley

The rate of auto loan delinquencies is expected to level off in 2011, thanks to increased car buying and auto loans received by consumers. ABC News reports that auto lending increased by 28 percent during the fourth quarter of 2010, compared


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