Michigan lands small business loan bounty

Jan 17, 2011 Brian Bradley

Michigan is one of two states to receive federal funding to boost small business loans and hiring, WOOD-TV reports. The funding comes at a time when the battered Michigan economy has begun to show signs of improving. Infusing approximately

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Workers in Arizona county to get more thorough background screenings

Jan 16, 2011 Matt Roesly

County workers in Prima County, Arizona, will soon be able to respond to a recently approved ordinance that forces any state employee to go through background screenings before being hired.The Prima County Board of Supervisors will hold a public

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New York man convicted of fraud

Jan 14, 2011 Matt Roesly

A federal jury in New York has convicted one man for defrauding citizens in the area through a mail fraud scam.The Times Herald-Record reports that Richard E. Ulloa was convicted on seven counts of mail fraud at the end of last moth, with a

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Social media changing debt collection game

Jan 14, 2011 Kyle Duncan

As technology continues to impact our lives more and more, there is one tool that debt collectors are using to track down those who owe money - social media.For those in the skip tracing field, websites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn can

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Man charged with defrauding investors

Jan 14, 2011 Brian Bradley

A former resident of Chicago was recently charged with one count of wire fraud and one count of filing false income tax returns in U.S. District Court.Randy M. Cho was charged with stealing nearly $8 million from 50 clients who believed they

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