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  • Most business economists say Fed bond-buying has helped recovery

    Most business economists say Fed bond-buying has helped recovery
    WASHINGTON -- Most business economists believe the Federal Reserve's controversial bond-buying stimulus program has helped boost the recovery, but differ on the effects of the healthcare reform law and other policies by President Obama and Congress,...
  • Owners again borrowing against homes as housing market recovers

    Owners again borrowing against homes as housing market recovers
    Retired aerospace engineer Owen Klasen was rejected last year when he sought a second mortgage to paint and re-roof his house. Home prices hadn't risen enough, the loan officer told him. But last month, the same loan officer offered him more than...
  • Household debt rises at fastest pace since global financial crisis

    Household debt rises at fastest pace since global financial crisis
    Families boosted their borrowing late last year at the fastest pace since the global financial crisis, a sign that Americans are gradually reopening their wallets as they feel more secure in their jobs. Household debt jumped $241 billion to $11.5...
  • GAO urges more transparency, fee changes for student debit cards

    GAO urges more transparency, fee changes for student debit cards
    The U.S. Government Accountability Office on Thursday urged more transparency in the debit card system used to electronically disburse college students' financial aid, and said that transaction fees for the cards quickly add up.   In a report, the GAO...
  • California Jobs: What to expect from December's jobs report

    California Jobs: What to expect from December's jobs report
    California will report on Friday how the labor market performed in December. Economists are keeping an especially close eye following a lackluster national jobs report for the last month of 2013. The government said this month that U.S. employers...
  • Cluing in AT&T to its own rules

    Cluing in AT&T to its own rules
    Marty Tudor's 19-year-old daughter has just left for a semester of study in the Netherlands, which is very cool. What's not cool is that AT&T told Tudor it wouldn't unlock her iPhone 5 so she could use it with a local service while abroad, even though...
  • BART police chief identifies officer who mistakenly killed sergeant

    BART police chief identifies officer who mistakenly killed sergeant
    OAKLAND -- BART Police Chief Kenton Rainey confirmed the identify of the officer who mistakenly shot and killed his supervisor, Det. Sgt. Tom Smith, during a probation search last week and announced policy changes aimed at averting such tragedies....
  • Hundreds expected to gather for slain BART officer's funeral

    Hundreds expected to gather for slain BART officer's funeral
    Hundreds of law enforcement personnel are expected to turn out Wednesday for a funeral for a Bay Area Rapid Transit police sergeant who was mistakenly shot and killed by a fellow officer during a probation search earlier this month. The incident...
  • There's no profit in L.A. bashing JPMorgan Chase

    There's no profit in L.A. bashing JPMorgan Chase
    Los Angeles City Councilman Gil Cedillo wants to punish JPMorgan Chase for its various financial misdeeds, possibly by cutting off business with the banking giant. But as city leaders learned a few years ago when Occupy L.A. pushed for a similar...
  • Banks embracing a housing-bubble favorite: interest-only loans

    Banks embracing a housing-bubble favorite: interest-only loans
    Most of the risky mortgages that triggered the financial crisis have disappeared from the marketplace, and lenders will have even more reason to avoid them because of a new federal crackdown on loose lending. But one housing-bubble favorite —...
  • The rich are different -- they still get interest-only mortgages

    The rich are different -- they still get interest-only mortgages
    Few of the nontraditional home loans that triggered the financial crisis are still available, and lenders will have even more reason to avoid them now that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s definition of presumably safe and sound...