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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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LWOS 2021 Final Screenings

Our last choices before the announcement The only thing that seems certain in college football is that nothing is certain. We headed into ‘Championship weekend’ with a dominant and seemingly unbeatable top team. It didn’t quite work. In fact, several of the favorites have lost. As a result, our playoff …

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Synovus announces quarterly dividends | New

COLUMBUS, Georgia – (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 2, 2021– The Board of Directors of Synovus Financial Corp. (NYSE: SNV) declared the following quarterly dividends: $ 0.33 per share on the Company’s common shares, payable on January 3, 2022, to shareholders of record on December 16, 2021. $ 0.39375 per share …

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Match Group to pay Tinder founders $ 441 million to settle lawsuit

(Reuters) -Match Group Inc said on Wednesday it would pay Tinder founders $ 441 million to settle a case in which the dating app executives claimed the parent company downplayed the app’s value to avoid paying billions of dollars. The New York Supreme Court lawsuit said IAC / InterActiveCorp and …

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LWOS Week 13 Bowl Screenings

Rivalry week leads to “Bedlam” For the majority of Rivalry Weekends, things went according to form. However, things took a big turn as the day progressed, leading to what can only be described as “Bedlam”. As a result, we have massive changes in our playoffs this week with half the …

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Stimulus Check LIVE Updates: New Medicare Information, Child Tax Credit, COLA 2022 …

Stimulation controls have brought much needed relief to a large number of people across the united states of america during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it is now up to states to financially support their citizens after the end of the federal government nationwide dunning checks. In our live blog from …

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These are the 23 states with little to no protections for LGBTQ people – 24/7 Wall St.

Special report November 26, 2021 9:00 a.m. 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 …

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2021 deadliest year for transgender Americans

The past year has been the deadliest yet for transgender and non-conformist Americans, according to a recent Human Rights Campaign (HRC) report. What would you like to know The past year has been the deadliest yet for transgender and non-conformist Americans, according to a recent Human Rights Campaign report. At …

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College football playoff contender falls

Occasionally, college football gives us a break from the madness. Week 12 hasn’t been as crazy as the past few weeks, but we still saw a playoff contender get knocked out. This changes our college football bowl projections and also affects college football playoff support. How does the bowl throws …

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