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  • Target data breach could affect real estate transactions

    Target data breach could affect real estate transactions
    WASHINGTON — The numbers of affected consumers are as yet impossible to predict, but mortgage credit experts warn that the recent massive data breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus and other retailers could have significant effects on some real estate...
  • Junk mail misfire: Bank of America mailer calls woman a 'slut'

    Junk mail misfire: Bank of America mailer calls woman a 'slut'
    There’s junk mail, and then there’s nasty mail: San Francisco writer Lisa McIntire says Bank of America sent her a credit card offer addressed to "Lisa Is A Slut McIntire," and she posted photos of it on Twitter on Thursday. BofA tweeted her...
  • Bank of America mailer refers to recipient as 'slut'

    Bank of America mailer refers to recipient as 'slut'
    There's junk mail, and then there's nasty mail: San Francisco writer Lisa McIntire says Bank of America sent her a credit card offer addressed to "Lisa Is a Slut McIntire," and she posted photos of it Thursday on Twitter. The bank tweeted her an apology...
  • Online credit card privacy bill advances

    Online credit card privacy bill advances
    SACRAMENTO — Californians who use their credit cards for online purchases would gain some protection, and voters would decide whether the state's public universities could consider race and gender for admissions, under measures passed by the state...
  • California Senate approves Internet privacy measure

    California Senate approves Internet privacy measure
    SACRAMENTO -- Californians routinely use their credit cards to buy songs and videos on the Internet, so a worried state Senate on Thursday approved a measure to protect consumers’ information from being misused. Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa...
  • Moss Adams launches exchange for film tax credits

    Moss Adams launches exchange for film tax credits
    Moss Adams, one of the nation's largest accounting firms, has launched an online exchange for trading film and other tax credits. Called the Moss Adams Tax Credit Exchange, the marketplace allows film producers and other companies with tax credits to...
  • Amazon may offer Kindle checkout system this summer

    Amazon may offer Kindle checkout system this summer
    Amazon.com is reportedly planning to offer small and mid-size retail businesses a checkout system that would use the company's Kindle tablets to process payments, a report Wednesday said. The Seattle online retailer could have the checkout system...
  • Jewelry maker must retool after bout with cancer

    Jewelry maker must retool after bout with cancer
    First, the cancer threatened Susan Braig's life, then it wrecked her finances. Now healthy at 64, Braig is worried about her future. Her primary income is the roughly $2,300 a month she gets from Social Security. Then there's her home-based business,...
  • Tom Sherak's passing is a loss to L.A.'s film industry

    Tom Sherak's passing is a loss to L.A.'s film industry
    The death of Tom Sherak, the respected Hollywood executive and recently appointed film czar for Los Angeles, is a blow to the city's film industry. Sherak, the former president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, died Tuesday at his home...
  • State of the Union: What Obama can and can't do by executive order

    State of the Union: What Obama can and can't do by executive order
    In his State of the Union address, President Obama unveiled policies he can implement by executive order, as well as several needing congressional approval. Among them: Executive actions: • Create a retirement savings program for lower-income...
  • Justice Department working to nab Target data thieves, Holder says

    Justice Department working to nab Target data thieves, Holder says
    Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. confirmed the Justice Department is investigating the theft of financial and personal information of 110 million Target customers. In a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday, Holder said that while the Justice...