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Today β€” May 25th 2019Your RSS feeds

Security Gap Leaves 885 Million Mortgage Documents Exposed

By Nicole Perlroth and Stacy Cowley

The data, collected by First American Financial Corporation, included hundreds of millions of detailed and personal financial records.

Security Gap Leaves 885 Million Mortgage Documents Exposed

By Nicole Perlroth and Stacy Cowley

The data, collected by First American Financial Corporation, included hundreds of millions of detailed and personal financial records.

Yesterday β€” May 24th 2019Your RSS feeds
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Fed Minutes Show Officials in No Rush to Change Interest Rates

By Jeanna Smialek

Federal Reserve officials said they are committed to a “patient approach,” even if the economy strengthens, according to minutes of their last meeting.

Deutsche Bank Says Software to Detect Money Laundering Had a Bug

By Jack Ewing

The bank’s acknowledgment that faulty software had been used to screen transactions for suspicious activity came a day before executives prepared to face restive investors at an annual meeting.

Size doesn’t matter. Quality should be central to EU budget

By Markus Trilling, Raphael Hanoteaux

An EU budget aligned to the goals of the Paris Agreement, the fulfilment of climate neutrality and the swift decarbonisation of the European economy is a win-win situation for both net payers and recipients to the EU budget, argue Markus Trilling and Raphaël Hanoteaux.

The Economy Is Strong and Inflation Is Low. That’s What Worries the Fed.

By JEANNA SMIALEK

The Fed’s struggle to coax inflation to its 2 percent target signals the faltering of a foundational economic relationship. That could create a problem in the next recession.

Risk to Turkey’s Economy Deepens With New Istanbul Election

By CARLOTTA GALL and JACK EWING

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government is spending billions to prop up the currency amid new economic turmoil. The question is how long it can last.

Low-Income College Students Are Being Taxed Like Trust-Fund Babies

By ERICA L. GREEN

Higher education officials are calling on Congress to fix a provision in the Trump administration’s tax overhaul that has caused unintended tax increases.

How the Promise of a $120 Billion Uber I.P.O. Evaporated

By MIKE ISAAC, MICHAEL J. de la MERCED and ANDREW ROSS SORKIN

Uber’s offering was supposed to be a crowning moment for the ride-hailing company. But it suffered setback after setback and ultimately resulted in pointed questions for all involved.

Former Goldman Sachs Banker Pleads Not Guilty in Malaysia Fraud Case

By MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN

Roger Ng was arraigned in federal court in Brooklyn on Monday, just hours after being flown back from Malaysia, where he also faces charges.

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