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Watchdog group calls for investigation of Ben Carson after family participation in agency event
Claiming that Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson had "knowingly" allowed his family to use his public office for private gain, a Washington watchdog group on Wednesday filed a request for a "full and formal investigation" by the HUD inspector general. Carson's wife, son, and daughter-in-law organized an agency "listening tour" of Baltimore business executives who were prospective business clients for Carson's son and daughter-in-law, said the watchdog group, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. The event took place even though a HUD ethics official warned Carson against allowing it. Shortly after that, the daughter-in-law's consulting firm was awarded a nearly half million dollar no-bid contract from one of those executives, CREW said in a release. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Citizens Advice call to investigate 'cost of loyalty'
Citizens Advice says that those who do not switch face paying hundreds of pounds more a year.
BRIEF-Citizens Community Bancorp Q1 Earnings Per Share $0.23
Citizens Community Bancorp Inc(CZWI): * CITIZENS COMMUNITY BANCORP, INC. EARNS $1.3 MILLION FOR FIRST FISCAL QUARTER 2018; RAISES ANNUAL DIVIDEND 25% TO $0.20 PER SHARE; COMMERCIAL/AG REAL ESTATE LOANS EXPAND 5.5% OVER PREVIOUS QUARTER.
Call for broadband consumer champion
Citizens Advice wants the government to appoint an advocate for broadband customers to tackle poor service.
Citizens Financial Prepares for $3 Billion Auto Portfolio Runoff
Citizens One Auto Finance purposely decreased its portfolio by 5% in 2017 and expects another $2 to $3 billion runoff in the coming years to improve profitability, the company said during its fourth-quarter earnings. Citizen Financial Group’s auto portfolio totaled $13.3 billion at the end of the fourth-quarter period, down from $14 billion during the […]
Amazon, Lowe's and Citizens rise while IBM and AmEx skid
Amazon.com, Lowe's and Citizens Financial Group climb while IBM and American Express slip
BRIEF-Citizens First Corp Reports Q4 EPS $0.37
* ORATION ANNOUNCES FOURTH QUARTER AND YEAR END 2017
DECLARES QUARTERLY COMMON DIVIDEND
Hawaii receives 'false alarm' about ballistic-missile threat that sends residents scrambling for shelter
A scary message on Saturday warning Hawaiian citizens to seek shelter due to threat of inbound ballistic missile was a false alarm, according to officials. Hawaii residents received a message: "Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill," spurring panic. The false warning comes as the U.S. and North Korean leaders have been exchanging tough, which has threatened to erupt into a nuclear conflict. Hawaii Emergency Management Agency spokesman Richard Rapoza said the initial warning was a false alarm and that the agency is attempting to determine the cause of the unintentional alert. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Hawaii receives 'false alarm' that sends people scrambling for shelter
A scary message on Saturday warning Hawaiian citizens to seek shelter due to threat of inbound ballistic missile was a false alarm, according to officials. Hawaii residents received a message: "Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill," spurring panic. The false warning comes as the U.S. and North Korean leaders have been exchanging tough, which has threatened to erupt into a nuclear conflict. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
India top court sets aside order cancelling larger tobacco health warnings
* India's top court orders a setback for tobacco industry. * Supreme Court says health of citizens most important. * Lower court had quashed stringent health labelling rules. * Tobacco kills more than 900,000 people each year in India. By Aditya Kalra.
Murders fall in El Salvador, but citizens still fearful
El Salvador has registered its second consecutive year of fewer murders, but the nearly 4,000 killings in 2017 still leave the country among the world's most deadly.
BRIEF-Director Of Citizens & Northern Corp To Not Stand For Nomination & Re-Election
* CITIZENS & NORTHERN CORP-ON DEC 21, BRUCE HANER, DIRECTOR
SAID TO BOARD HIS INTENT NOT TO STAND FOR NOMINATION &
RE-ELECTION AS DIRECTOR -SEC FILING
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At least 12 dead in bus crash on excursion to Mexican ruins
Twelve people died and 18 were injured on Tuesday in Mexico's state of Quintana Roo when a tour bus lost control and rolled over during an excursion to ancient ruins. The bus was carrying 31 passengers, including citizens of the United States, Brazil and Sweden, authorities said.
BRIEF-First Citizens Bank, HomeBancorp Announce Merger Agreement
* FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND HOMEBANCORP, INC. ANNOUNCE MERGER
Brexit: Business calls for more clarity over deal
Despite news of a "breakthrough" deal, companies want certainty about EU citizens living in the UK.
CBI: Business needs more Brexit clarity
Companies want guarantees about the status of EU citizens living in the UK, the lobby group warns.
U.S. charges three Chinese in corporate-hacking case
Three Chinese citizens were charged with hacking the computer networks of Moody's Analytics , Siemens and Trimble in an effort to steal trade secrets, the U.S. Justice Department said Monday. The three, Wu Yingzhuo, Dong Hao and Xia Lei, were indicted for actions that allegedly took place between 2011 and 2017. "The Justice Department and the FBI have demonstrated that hackers around the world who are seeking to steal our companies' most sensitive and valuable information can and will be exposed and held accountable," said acting Assistant Attorney General Dana Boente. Typically, the hackers would use emails that could give them access to private networks if the recipients opened the messages. The goal was to steal confidential business information, the indictment alleged.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Citizens Advice warns about subscription contracts
Consumers still struggle to end unwanted subscriptions such as gym memberships, says Citizens Advice.
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