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Indiana University says it has spent more than $80,000 responding to a computer data breach that exposed personal information about 146,000 current and former students.
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New Zealand consumer confidence rose to a nine-year high in the first quarter of this year with optimism about the economy in the year ahead approaching record levels.
The 442-page draft from the Democratic chairman of the Senate Banking Committee and the panel's top Republican would keep in place current terms of the government's bailout of the two companies that require them to sweep all their profits into the U.S. Treasury.
Robert Serao faces up to 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine when he's sentenced June 24. The 48-year-old Berkeley Township resident pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
George Osborne said a new garden city is to be built in the Thames estuary and the Government's controversial Help to Buy scheme for home purchasers is to be extended until the end of the decade Plans for tens of thousands of new homes have been unveiled by George Osborne with the development of a garden city on the Thames estuary and a A 6 billion ... (more)
Atlantic City's beleaguered Revel Casino & Hotel has lost millions from the start, but that hasn't stopped New Jersey's pension system from placing a $300 million bet with the largest owner of the oceanfront resort.
Instant access and cash Isa accounts have suffered around 20 rate cuts a month on average over the last year and a half, consumer group Which? has found.
The housing shortage in Bedfordshire is pushing house prices and private rents out of reach for local workers, according to a new report - with the crisis set to get even worse by 2020.
San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed and his allies gave up Friday after a judge rejected Reed’s challenge to the language describing the measure for purposes of signature collection.
Officials at a Glenwood Springs hospital say the personal information of more than 5,000 patients may have been compromised by a computer virus that infected the hospital's computer system.
Several community assistance organizations are suing California, alleging the state improperly diverted nearly $370 million that was intended to help homeowners struggling with foreclosures.
The Government's programme of taxpayer-funded support for first-time home buyers should be cut back amid fears rising house prices could push up interest rates, shadow chancellor Ed Balls has said.
The cost of owning a family-sized home in the UK is now almost A 1,500 a year cheaper than renting, according to research.
The legislation, which cleared Congress on Thursday, reverses much of a 2012 overhaul of the government's much-criticized flood insurance program after angry homeowners facing sharp premium hikes protested.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has sued 16 big banks that set a key global interest rate, accusing them of fraud and conspiring to keep the rate low to denrich themselves.
The financial health of Canadian households improved ever so slightly in the final three months of 2013, a development that will give some comfort to the Bank of Canada in maintaining its low-interest-rate policy.