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Richard, 71, finds 'second career' in the rail yard
This is part of our Working in Retirement series that looks at people who, for various reasons, choose to remain active past the traditional retirement age in today's job market.
Fannie, Freddie CEOs to Get $3.4 Million Raises
In May, the chairmen of the companies' boards said higher compensation was necessary for retention and succession planning issues.
Fannie, Freddie CEOs to Get Big Pay Raises  Nasdaq
Mel Watt: I heard 'unseemly rumor' about Hastert
Hastert, the longest-serving Republican House speaker in history, was indicted last week based on allegations that he sought to cover up what prosecutors contend was a deal to pay $3.5 million to an acquaintance over “prior misconduct” by the longtime ...
Congressman told about alleged Hastert abuse - WKBT
Three private bills up for final vote on last day before Senate rises
OTTAWA - A final vote on a contentious union finance disclosure bill will likely be the last act of senators before they leave for their summer break.
Decision day in Senate for union finance bill
It's not just Cabinet ministers jumping ship: Conservative exodus ahead of ...
“I think you have to look at each situation on its own,” said James Rajotte, who was chairman of the House of Commons finance committee and was first elected in 2000. “I just felt that ... However, the office of Treasury Board President Tony Clement ...
5 Indian Origin Americans Amongst 7 Charged With Bank Fraud In US
“The short sale process is intended to assist legitimately distressed homeowners,” Special Agent in Charge, Federal Housing Finance Agency Office of Inspector General, Leslie DeMarco said. “Our investigation disclosed that Karan and others allegedly ...
US government agency suspends new federal employee vetting
The cyber attacks disclosed this month included a hack that exposed personal information on at least 4m current and former federal employees and a subsequent breach of background investigation data on federal employees and contractors who need ...
The Morning Ledger: Overtime Proposal Provokes Corporate Ire
A White House proposal to boost the number of Americans eligible for overtime pay has businesses and business groups warning that the move would curtail work hours and harm job growth, the WSJ reports.
House Price Index Surges Up Faster Than Expected, A Good Sign According to ...
Within a year, from April 2014 to April 2015, house prices went up by 5.3% as reported by Realtor through the Federal Housing Finance Agency bumping the house price index up at .3% for two consecutive months. The positive change is felt more in the ...
FHFA Reports: House Price Index Up 0.3 Percent in April 2015  National Mortgage Professional Magazine
How Congress Can Help Puerto Rico
And don't look to the White House for real help. It has said, as it should, ... Congress also needs to create an independent financial control board with the power to approve the long-term fiscal plans that Puerto Rico needs. Democratic? Hardly ...
Puerto Rico needs help to fix its debt crisis  Bradenton Herald
Greece's Impending Deadline, Apple's New Music Service and the Jobs ...  New York Times