Alabama Lending

Talbot’s Lakeville distribution center will close in November

The Talbot distribution center located in Lakeville will permanently close in November. On May 13, the company notified the state of the impending layoff of 277 people as a result of the shutdown. The plan is to close the distribution center in three phases, beginning July 29 and ending November …

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A man swings a machete at passing cars in Toms River, NJ

A Toms River police officer is credited with avoiding resolving a situation that could have escalated into the use of deadly force. On Monday, a police patrol came across a man waving a machete and yelling at motorists near the intersection of Brookside Drive and Route 37 just after 7:30 …

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Ryan Zinke gets an endorsement from former President Donald Trump

1st District congressional candidate Ryan Zinke introduced former United States President Donald Trump to endorse him late Monday night. “I remember when President Trump was president, we had two dollars worth of gas, the border was secure, and he was fighting the swamp,” Zinke began. “There is no better defender …

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Spadea’s Small Business Monday – Your Local Favorites

Every Monday we celebrate New Jersey’s small businesses. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy with nearly one million people working, or half of the workers in the Garden State. For years, New Jersey has ranked lowest for business climate with last year moving up a good last spot. …

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Comparison between Republic First Bancorp (NASDAQ:FRBK) and FB Financial (NYSE:FBK)

FB Financial (NYSE:FBK – Get Rating) and Republic First Bancorp (NASDAQ:FRBK – Get Rating) are both small cap finance companies, but which company is better? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their analyst recommendations, earnings, institutional ownership, risk, dividends, valuation and profitability. Analyst Notes This …

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Prison officer who fled with prisoner dies in hospital

In today’s fast paced and technology driven world, we have become very dependent on many different devices such as cell phones, laptops, smart watches, etc. The apps (or “apps” as we like to call them) inside these gadgets are where we find ourselves lingering and skipping consciously or unconsciously. These …

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Alabama high school students must complete FAFSA before graduating

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – Hundreds of high school students will close a chapter and start a new one as they walk across the stage to receive their diploma. Woman Who Helped Murderer Escape Kansas Jail Sympathizes With Alabama Jailor Vicky White Before getting ready for their new journey, they will …

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In downtown Colorado Springs, on guard | Previews | Way of life

An old man named James pulls up outside an Ent credit union in downtown Colorado Springs. He staggers, struggles, his face bloody and bandaged. The guard springs into action. “Let me help you out there,” Eddie Trimuel said, lending a hand on that blustery morning. James explains that it was …

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River Edge, NJ, woman charged with murder of 3-month-old baby

RIVER EDGE – A 32-year-old borough woman has been charged with murder, stemming from the recent death of a newborn baby. Sun Min Grace Yoo Chan was arrested on Tuesday, Bergen County District Attorney Mark Musella said. In addition to murder, the married school counselor also faces second-degree charges of …

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Violent weekend in Trenton NJ – fatal shooting, stabbings in bar

TRENTON — Three people were shot in broad daylight, killing one of the victims, while another victim was stabbed in a bar during a violent weekend in the New Jersey capital. Mercer County District Attorney Angelo Onofri said the two men found with gunshot wounds on Randall Avenue and a …

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Critical Investigation: Corporate Financial Services (NASDAQ:EFSC) vs. ServisFirst Bancshares (NASDAQ:SFBS)

Enterprise Financial Services (NASDAQ:EFSC – Get Rating) and ServisFirst Bancshares (NASDAQ:SFBS – Get Rating) are both finance companies, but which is the better stock? We’ll compare the two companies based on valuation strength, profitability, dividends, analyst recommendations, risk, earnings, and institutional ownership. Benefits and evaluation This table compares the gross …

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Food Desert Regions Use Federal Funds to Bring Healthy Foods to Communities | Food

Communities across the United States are using federal stimulus money to bring groceries and healthy food to food deserts as the pandemic and rising costs put nutrition even further out of reach for many. Areas using U.S. bailout funds include the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in Montana, a 1,000 square …

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Ameris Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ:ABCB) Reports Earnings, Beats Expectations of $0.09 EPS

Ameris Bancorp (NASDAQ:ABCB – Get Rating) announced its quarterly results on Tuesday. The bank reported EPS of $1.17 for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $1.08 by $0.09, Briefing.com reports. Ameris Bancorp had a return on equity of 12.87% and a net margin of 35.27%. The company posted revenue …

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Connecting Orrin Hatch to New Bedford

Orrin Hatch died last Saturday at the age of 88. I am happy to remember the longest-serving Republican U.S. Senator and former President Pro Tempore as a singer-songwriter and poet rather than a political icon for more than four years. decades. I’m very happy to have had a friendship with …

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Promotion at Neighbors Federal Credit Union, new recruit at BBQGuys | Business

RED STICK Tanya Lawrence was appointed CEO of Neighbors Federal Credit Union. Lawrence has been at the cash register for almost 30 years, starting as a cashier. She has held various positions at Neighbours, most recently as Senior Vice President of Strategic Solutions. She earned a bachelor’s degree in general …

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Legal pot in New Jersey – do you know the whole story?

Pot is legal throughout the Garden State as of Thursday, April 21. Although many of us thought it was time for cannabis to be removed from the list of criminal offences, there are some concerns. My friend Tom Pyle, a Princeton-educated local leader working with people with mental illness, joined …

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A New Jersey-based store will be the focus of its own horror movie

Everyone’s favorite last-minute Halloween store is getting its own horror movie. The New Jersey-based company has been known to randomly show up in the abandoned K-Mart at your local mall around September. Selling all your Halloween necessities, from jumping skeletons that will scare your neighbor, to your last minute costume …

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Alabama Passes Sound Currency Law, Expands Sales Tax Exemption to Gold and Silver

MONTGOMERY, AL /ACCESSWIRE/April 15, 2022/ With Governor Kay Ivey signing off on sound currency legislation today, Alabama became the second state this year to expand its sales tax exemption for gold and silver. Alabama Senate Bill 13, championed by Sen. Tim Melson and Rep. Jamie Kiel, passed with the unanimous …

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Palmer shares Washington update at business lunch – Shelby County Reporter

By EMILY SPARACINO | Personal editor VACUUM – US Congressman Gary Palmer gave an overview of inflation, energy production, the war in Ukraine and other topics during a lunch on Monday, April 11. Palmer, who represents Alabama‘s 6th District in the U.S. House of Representatives, addressed a large group gathered …

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Amazon, labor organizers file objections to Alabama Union vote

Amazon said the agency erred in operations for the election, including not having enough staff to handle voting, which the company said created long lines and suppressed the participation. “Based on the evidence we have seen so far, as noted in our objections, we believe that the actions of the …

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The new Chamber President and CEO shares his vision for Etowah County

Photo courtesy of The Chamber. By Katie Bohannon, news editor As the new year rolls on, the Gadsden and Etowah County Chamber welcomes an established and influential figure from the community to its team. Recent President and CEO-elect Christi Robinson expresses immense gratitude for being granted this opportunity, detailing her …

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Drive-By Truckers Tour 2022: How to Buy Tickets, Schedule, Festival Appearance

Drive-By Truckers will be making pit stops across the country on their 2022 tour. Alternative country rockers travel from April to August to support their 2020 records ‘The New OK’ and ‘The Unraveling’. This includes concerts at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park on April 29 and at the Brooklyn …

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Ranking of the 5 best running backs

The 2022 NFL Draft is just weeks away and NFL teams are starting to put the finishing touches on their big draws. Hundreds of college football‘s brightest stars had the opportunity to show off their skills throughout the process, from the Senior Bowl to the Scouting Combine to the pro …

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How to invest in real estate (without owning)

Physicians looking to add real estate investments to their portfolio may wonder how they can take the time to manage properties and do their jobs. But real estate experts offer several ways to earn passive or semi-passive income from real estate that doesn’t require ownership. Physicians looking to add real …

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Villanova overthrows Houston to reach the Final Four

SAN ANTONIO — Saturday’s round of 16 between No. 2 seed Villanova and No. 5 seed Houston was reminiscent of college basketball games played decades ago: two stubborn, devouring defensive juggernauts from rebounds scraping, clawing and barreling through defenders to hard-to-come points. One team, the lower-seeded Cougars, was aspiring to …

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Bond market disrupted by inflation concerns

At one point this month, for example, the S&P 500 had fallen more than 10%, in the range known in market jargon as a correction, and the Nasdaq Composite Index was down more than 20%. , in what Wall Street labels bear on market territory. , although the two have …

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Aaron Green Named to Independent Community Bankers of America Agriculture and Rural America Subcommittee

Franklin, West Virginia – Effective March 1, 2022, Aaron Green – Senior Vice President and Chief Lending Officer – will serve on the Agriculture-Rural America Subcommittee of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) during the 2022 session- 2023. Aaron was named to the subcommittee by ICBA Chairman Brad Bolton, …

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What the Black Homeownership Gap Looks Like Across Alabama

When the Fair Housing Act of 1968 was signed into law, it prohibited racial discrimination in the sale of homes – a huge step forward for black Americans and other minorities. At this point in history, minority groups routinely faced clear and stark discrimination in selling, renting, or financing housing, …

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Credit union deal for bank part of trend

Shreveport’s Barksdale Federal Credit Union recently announced it will move into Arkansas with a deal to buy Greenbrier Bank, the first-ever credit union acquisition taking over a state bank. Barksdale’s bid to buy HomeBank of Arkansas, which has five branches and about $78 million in assets, is unlikely to be …

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Need a cash bid to win a bidding war? These 6 startups can help you

Cash offers have become more common as buyers compete and investors compete for properties. Sellers often prefer the speed and reliability of cash offers over traditional financing. Here are six companies that offer ordinary people the opportunity to make cash offers. This article is part of “The Road to Home” …

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Rodriguez’s promotion will mean bigger LiftFund loans available in RGV

MCALLEN, Texas — McAllen-based senior loan officer Marlene Rodriguez has been promoted to market director for micro-lender LiftFund. In his new position, Rodriguez will now be able to offer larger loans of up to $500,000 in the Rio Grande Valley. LiftFund President and CEO Janie Barrera said the impact of …

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Covid News: China fires 2 mayors and Shanghai closes schools as caseload rises

Wear face masks in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Two years after the declaration of the pandemic, the city is experiencing its worst outbreak to date.Credit…Dale De La Rey/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images The World Health Organization, often criticized for being too slow to declare in 2020 that a pandemic was …

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How eight banks assess the fallout from the war in Ukraine

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine two weeks ago quickly upended a wide range of global industries – from energy for entertainment for fast food. In the financial services sector, some of the biggest impacts have been on payment companies. Last weekend, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and PayPal all bans announced in …

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Partner Article: Advisory Lending: A Borrower Experience Approach

By: Ken Dickerson, Vice President of Sales, LenderClose The following post is part of a series of blogs written by MeridianLink Partners who will be attending MeridianLink LIVE! User Forum in May 2022. To learn more about the event,Click here. Today’s hectic nature demands speed and efficiency in all aspects …

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Regions Financial Corporation – Consensus indicates 14.9% upside potential

Regional Financial Corporation with the ticker code (RF) now have 23 analysts covering the stock with the consensus suggesting a buy rating. The range between the target price high and the target price low is between 31 and 22 calculating the average target price we see 26.93. Given that the …

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Synovus Announces Quarterly Dividends | national

COLUMBUS, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 3, 2022– The Board of Synovus Financial Corp. (NYSE: SNV) declared the following quarterly dividends: $0.34 per share on the Company’s common stock, payable April 1, 2022 to shareholders of record as of March 17, 2022. $0.39375 per share on the Company’s Fixed-Floating Rate Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred …

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11-year-old golfer Xeve Perez signs brand partnership with OnCore

11-year-old golf phenom Xeve Perez has signed as an official ambassador with OnCore Golf. OnCore Golf When Xeve Perez was two and visited Toys ‘R Us with his parents, he immediately headed for the plastic golf club section. During some of his first days on the golf course, he would …

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David’s Bridal Closing Lawrence, NJ April Location

Oh no. If you’re getting married, listen. David’s Bridal on Highway 1 in Lawrence Township near the Mercer Mall is closing permanently in April. I saw a post in a private women’s Facebook group, telling locals that closing was coming, so I called the store to find out more. An …

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Cadence Bank Releases Five-Year Community Benefits Plan | Business

Cadence Bank, formerly BancorpSouth, has announced its 2022-2026 Community Benefits Plan. Developed in conjunction with the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), it is built on a commitment to support traditionally underserved communities, including low- and moderate-income (LMI) neighborhoods, people of color and small businesses. The $20.7 billion five-year plan includes …

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Hometown Lenders is growing again with a new branch in Auburn, Alabama

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama., February 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hometown Lenders (HTL), an emerging leader in the national mortgage industry, is pleased to announce that a new branch in Auburn, Alabama, joined his fledgling family of mortgage professionals. HTL will celebrate the opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The company selectively identifies and …

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Crypto Lender Nexo Ends Interest Payments On New Deposits From US Clients Cryptocurrency

Following the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) accusing crypto lending platform Blockfi of failing to register its retail crypto lending product and fining the company $100 million , crypto lender Nexo has announced that it will no longer allow US citizens to earn interest on new savings wallet top-ups. …

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Seattle bike helmet rule dropped over racial justice concerns

“The law and public education around the creation of the law helped change behaviors and norms,” ​​McDermott said. “And 30 years later, it’s critical that we reassess our goals when we passed the helmet law and the unintended consequences of putting it in place.” According to a study, the wearing …

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Auburn Forms Art Study Group

BY HANNAH LESTER The City of Auburn is in the process of forming an art-related task force, which will look into changing zoning ordinances in the City of Auburn. Recent news has got citizens up in arms that the Auburn Zoning Board has requested the removal of a mural on …

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Coping with COVID: AltaPointe Health shares 6 mental health tips for teachers and school staff | News

MOBILE, Ala., February 15, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The stress of COVID-19 can seem endless, especially for teachers and school staff. Juggling ever-changing school duties with home life and all the challenges everyone faces can be overwhelming. AltaPointe Health Associate Director of Access to Care, Jennifer Palomo GregoryLPC-S, NCC, shares some …

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The Black City Under Lake Martin: A Father and Son’s Dream of Grandeur

Source: ione / digital iOne Jhere are some extraordinary stories in black american history. Many of them have been buried under the tides of time. Lake Martin in Alabama is home to one of those stories. MORE: The Antebellum Story of Molly, a Black Slave, and the Sorrel-Weed House Haunting …

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Hirabayashi appointed to Atlanta Fed board | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

John Hirabayashi, president and CEO of Jacksonville-based Community First Credit Union, has been appointed to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Board for a three-year term that expires in 2025. The council provides information on the economy, loan terms and other issues related to community banking. …

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New bill proposes to teach financial literacy and personal rights in public schools

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WAFF) – An Alabama state legislator has proposed a bill that would teach public school students several important skills they could use later in life. State Representative Prince Chestnut sponsored House Bill 259 for the 2022 legislative session. The bill would allow local public school boards to offer …

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Female Athletes File Title IX Gender Discrimination Class Action Against San Diego State University For Depriving Women Of Equal Athletic Financial Aid

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. Oakland, Calif., February 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — For Immediate Release – February 7, 2022 For more information contact: Justin May, Bailey & Glasser, LLP, (920) 450-1974, [email protected] Arthur Bryant, Bailey & Glasser, LLP, (510) 507-9972, [email protected]

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How to manage a merger? This engineer learned on his way to PNC

After a decade at the financial services institution BBVA United States, Jon Russell was excited to move into his new role as Executive Director of Partnership Engineering. He was promoted at the start of 2020 – and in the same year he learned of the existence cabin crew next acquisition …

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Credit Union Membership Grows Faster After Pandemic Slows | Credit Union Journal

Credit unions, which have historically relied on branches and auto loans to attract new members, have seen both channels shrink during the pandemic. But they adapt and growth begins to rebound. CUNA Mutual Group, an insurance and financial services company that monitors the credit union industry, reported that in November, …

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Disaster loan assistance offered in Jefferson County by the US Small Business Administration

By Hannah Curran, Editor-in-Chief JEFFERSON COUNTY – The United States Small Business Administration (SBA) announced the opening of a Business Recovery Center (BRC) at the Hoover Recreation Center in Hoover on Thursday, January 6 to provide businesses with Alabama individual assistance in submitting a disaster loan. if they were affected …

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Dynasty Rookie Superflex Mock Draft (2022 Fantasy Football)

Frozen nostrils while shoveling after another snowfall can only mean one thing on the Superflex Dynasty calendar: it’s rookie draft season! Questions abound about the 2022 rookie class, between quarterback values ​​and the wide receivers sitting at the top of the class. Recently, the guys from The Devy Royale (Kevin …

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SEC Campaign Against Crypto Lending Grows

The other shoe fell during the Securities and Exchange Commission’s September crackdown on Coinbase’s plan to offer a high-yield interest account to stablecoin depositors. The SEC is currently investigating a number of other crypto companies, including Gemini Trust Co., Voyager Digital, and Celsius Network, BNN Bloomberg reported on January 26. …

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Rosa Parks Annual Breakfast is February 5 – The Atmore Advance

The 14th Annual Rosa Parks Breakfast will be held Saturday, February 5, 2022 at 9 a.m. at Greater Mount Triumph Missionary Baptist Church. The breakfast, sponsored by the Yellow Hats Society, is held annually to celebrate the contributions of Parks and other prominent African Americans to history. Parks was an …

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The Sneaky Reason You Could Lose Some of Your Social Security Income

SSocial security is an important source of income for many older people, including those who have additional sources of income in retirement. Suppose you manage to amass a decent sized nest egg. Your savings could earn you, say, $20,000 in income per year. If you’re used to living on a …

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Name removal | Joan Eads Named Acting Executive Director of Fishwise – Santa Cruz Sentinel

FishWise announced this week that Joan Eads has been named interim executive director of the nonprofit sustainable seafood consultancy. With over 25 years of experience leading nonprofit organizations, Eads is renowned for helping organizations excel and attract the best leadership candidates during leadership transitions. “We are thrilled to welcome Joan …

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Black Knight: 2021 ends with seizures at a historic low and near record low crime rate; Serious crime still more than twice pre-pandemic levels | national news

JACKSONVILLE, Florida., January 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Black Knight, Inc. (NYSE: BKI) reports the following “first look” at December 2021 month-end mortgage yield statistics drawn from its loan-level database representing the majority of the national mortgage market. U.S. Total Delinquent Rate (loans 30 days or more past due but not …

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Cordae ‘From A Birds Eye View’ Review: Boring Prestige-Rap

Cordae is a good rapper. Cordae has always been a good rapper, and “good rapper” has always been Cordae’s main selling point. When Cordae first emerged from internet obscurity three and a half years ago, he seemed like an exceptional type of good rapper. At the time, he was known …

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China’s economy is slowing, a worrying sign for the world

BEIJING – Construction and real estate sales have fallen. Small businesses have closed due to rising costs and weak sales. Local authorities in debt reduce the salaries of civil servants. China’s economy slowed markedly in the final months of last year as government measures to curb property speculation also hurt …

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FirstBank agrees to invest $10 million in housing fund

FirstBank has pledged to invest $10 million in The Housing Fund for the organization’s shared equity program for affordable housing. The Shared Equity Program enables sustainable and ongoing affordable housing solutions through renewable single-family homes. More details on the FirstBank investment FirstBank has pledged to invest $10 million in The …

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Premier Mortgage Group changes name to Cherry Creek Mortgage

BOULDER, Col., January 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Cherry Creek Mortgage, the parent company of Premier Mortgage Group (PMG), today announced that PMG is now called Cherry Creek Mortgage. By adopting the brand image of its parent company, PMG will have even greater resources and offer financing in even more states …

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Jordan takes position at FSB | Short Shoals

FLORENCE – Trent Jordan, former executive vice president of First Southern Bank, has been promoted to chief financial officer of the company. Jordan received his Bachelor of Commerce and Business Administration degree from the University of Alabama with a major in accounting. He earned a master’s degree in accounting from …

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Regions Financial Corporation – Consensus indicates potential rise of 6.5%

Regional finance company found using ticker (RF) now have 22 analysts covering the stock. Analyst consensus indicates a “Buy” rating. The range between the high target price and the low target price is between 30 and 21, with the average target price being 26.18. Given that the shares’ previous close …

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College football conference power ranking: 2021 season

With the exception of the college football invitational final, the bowl games are over. Some conferences have been suspended. Others have excelled. Some teams have been forced to back down due to COVID-19. Some teams call for shenanigans. Some teams use excuses for the losses while others proudly wave their …

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Emergency credit score: borrow up to $ 5,000 for 26 months

Emergency credit score: borrow up to $ 5,000 for 26 months Are you currently caught in a monetary rut? Do you want a remedy where you can use a few and pay off the loan in small, stress-free installments that come with an online payday loan? Really, increasing credit could …

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Robert Alan “Bob” Neumeyer | Obituary

Robert Alain “Bob “Neumeyer Member of the Baptist Church of Gano Robert Alan “Bob” Neumeyer, 60, husband of Susan Neumeyer, died suddenly on Thursday, December 23, 2021 at his home in Georgetown. Born June 5, 1961 in Athens, Alabama, he was the son of the late Robert Lee and Annie …

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Caldwell Chronicle: Happy New Year

It has been a difficult year, and not just for Auburn sports. Like most people, I have lost people in the past year which meant a lot to me. I lost my sister Rhonda, who loved Auburn sports as much as anyone I have met, but also loved people more …

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Frequently criticized by advocates of the poor, payday loans were short, high-interest financings that really work like payday loans.

Frequently criticized by advocates of the poor, payday loans were short, high-interest financings that really work like payday loans. Tuesday The nation’s latest buyer security institution on Thursday used its first community hearing on payday financing, an industry that generates some $ 7 billion a year in costs nationwide. BIRMINGHAM …

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Phenix Salon Suites strengthens its presence on the east coast

Through: Phoenix Suites-Salon | 1 actions 55 readings Multi-unit operator makes plans to develop fifth location December 29, 2021 // Franchising.com // WHITEHALL, Penn. – Phenix Salon Suites, the leading hairdressing salon franchise that has become an international pioneer, continues to grow. The brand had a clear vision at the …

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Family of Lawrence County Homicide Victim Speak Up | News

A family in Lawrence County mourns the loss of a loved one who was found murdered on Christmas Eve. According to the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office, 20-year-old Gavin Ryan Hargrove was shot dead by 21-year-old Timothy Dakota McCary. Hargrove was found dead inside McCary’s home in the 6900 block of …

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Ball State vs Georgia State predictions: Camellia Bowl pick and betting offers

Ball State’s Drew Plitt passes against Central Michigan in their game at Scheumann Stadium on Wednesday, November 17, 2021. (Imagin) Our college football betting expert has his best tips and predictions for the Camellia Bowl game between Ball State and Georgia State scheduled for Christmas Day in Montgomery, Alabama. Mid-American …

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Synovus Creates $ 4 Million Charitable Fund | National company

COLUMBUS, Georgia – (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 21, 2021– Synovus today announced the establishment of the Here Matters Community Fund, a $ 4 million charitable giving fund through which Synovus will expand its investments in communities across the bank’s five southeastern states. Complementing Synovus’ already established corporate giving strategy, the …

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10 developments that defined the bank in 2021

The banking year was marked by business disruptions accelerated by the ongoing pandemic, clashes over regulation under a new president and the rise of new technologies. Merger activity picked up in 2021, but a number of deals announced earlier this year are still awaiting regulatory approval, and all indications are …

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Mardi Gras style parade in Mobile ahead of the Lending Tree Bowl

MOBILE, Alabama (WKRG) – We’re kicking off the season with what organizers are calling “Mobile’s Biggest Mardi Gras Parade,” one of many events leading up to Saturday’s Lending Tree Bowl at Whitney Stadium. The Greer / This Is Alabama Mardi Gras Parade Market features floats from 20 mystical societies, local …

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Jones Walker expands tax practice with addition of business development veteran Drew Marlar

Drew is a seasoned economic development finance lawyer who helps missionary organizations across the country achieve their goals and build stronger communities. Drew advises clients on a wide range of complex financial and real estate transactions, with a focus on bond finance, non-profit governance and qualification, secured loans, community development, …

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Arkansas Capital hires Logan (Movers & Shakers) | Arkansas Business News

We were unable to ship the item. Austin Logan of Arkansas Capital Corp. Austin Logan from White Hall has joined Arkansas Capital Corp. of Little Rock as Vice President of Commercial Lending. Logan previously worked at Relyance Bank in Pine Bluff as a business loan officer specializing in government guaranteed …

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Alternatives to payday loans in states where they are prohibited

Payday lenders have effectively leveraged the sovereign reserve status of Native Americans. Often times, they forge partnerships with tribal members to offer loans in addition to the Internet, which is beyond state law. However, the FTC has also started to actively monitor these lenders. While some tribal lenders are run …

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States with little or no protections for LGBTQ people – 24/7 Wall St.

Progress has been made in improving the civil rights of LGBTQ Americans in recent years, including in 14 states, including Illinois, Minnesota, and Colorado, as well as at the federal level. A landmark 2015 Supreme Court ruling extended all rights and benefits of marriage to same-sex couples, and in 2020 …

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Bank exams will regain human touch when pandemic recedes

Federal regulators have performed remote banking reviews during the pandemic, but both sides are keen to restore the human element of oversight in the post-Covid world. The agencies that supervise the banks – the Federal Reserve, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency …

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