Miss. foreclosures slow in 2011 The pace of home foreclosures in Mississippi slowed substantially in 2011, following a national trend that may soon be reversed, a national foreclosure tracking firm said Thursday.
IRS to resume hunt for offshore tax cheats The Internal Revenue Service is reviving a program that lets Americans hiding their money abroad pay back taxes and penalties while avoiding criminal prosecution, an effort that in recent years has...
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In case you missed my earlier tweet (@carlie_kollath), here you go ... Gigi's quietly opened its doors today. The business had a soft opening and sold 600 to 700 cupcakes, according to co-owner...
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Wall Street Week Ahead: It's earnings versus Europe for stocks
Reuters - Stock investors will return to a tug of war between signs of domestic strength and overseas concerns next week as a batch of critical earnings reports look to add credence to the idea the economy is improving, while credit rating downgrades in Europe will keep that region's difficulties in view.
Fri Jan 13 21:53:31 UTC 2012
S&P; downgrades nine euro zone countries
Reuters - Standard & Poor's downgraded the credit ratings of nine euro- zone countries, stripping France and Austria of their coveted triple-A status but not EU paymaster Germany, in a Black Friday the 13th for the troubled single currency area.
Fri Jan 13 23:55:52 UTC 2012
Exclusive: Banker in Olympus scandal steps into public view
Reuters - A Japanese banker who is a key figure in the Olympus accounting fraud came into public view for the first time since the scandal broke, appearing on Friday at his divorce hearing in a Florida court.
Sat Jan 14 00:00:29 UTC 2012
FTC expands Google antitrust probe: source
Reuters - U.S. regulators looking at whether Google manipulates its search results to favor its own products have expanded the probe to include Google+, the search giant's new social networking tool, a source familiar with the probe said on Friday.