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Bank of America was found liable for fraud in a civil case the government said captured the frenzied pursuit of profits at all costs just before the economy collapsed.
You can now use your smartphone to settle up the check at dinner or pay the baby sitter or the person who mows your lawn.
Similar action was being sought against Bank of America but has been suspended after the bank and the AG reached an agreement.
Three fires were set between approximately 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Thursday at the vestibule at Sixth Avenue and Waverly Place in Greenwich Village, according to officials.
A soldier’s dream to visit New York has finally come true. After being wounded in combat and having to learn to walk and talk again, the Purple Heart recipient will soon move into his own home in the Bronx.
Police on Saturday connected a man spotted wearing a Jets jersey to a pattern of bank robberies going back to last month.
This probably isn’t the type of attention the Jets are looking for.
The New York State Attorney General’s office has announced plans to sue Bank of America and Wells Fargo for violating the terms of a $26 million mortgage settlement.
Just like in “The Wizard of Oz”, Rocky Point residents say they fear being crushed by a falling house, a condemned vacant house teetering on the edge of a cliff worn away by erosion.
Lenders initially offered a three-month grace period following the storm but that period is ending and banks are looking for their money.
Police Sunday were searching for a man who attacked a woman and grabbed her pocketbook in the vestibule of a bank in the Bronx.
Police are looking for a suspect they say is responsible for a pair of grand larcenies in Manhattan.
Citigroup said Wednesday that it will cut 11,000 jobs, a bold early move by new CEO Michael Corbat. The cuts amount to about 4 percent of Citi’s workforce of 262,000.
Approximately 40 arrests were made Tuesday on various charges, including disorderly conduct, blocking traffic and resisting arrests, the NYPD said.
The New York Mets have repaid loans of $25 million to Major League Baseball and $40 million to Bank of America, and have closed on the sales of 12 limited partner shares for $20 million each, a person familiar with the team’s finances says.