You want a jet, but can you get a loan?
The recession that started in December 2007 and the new banking regulations it spawned have changed the way loans and leases are offered for jet aircraft. You can still get one, but now you need to be a buddy to the banker, unless you go to a non-bank ...
New York TimesFor-Profit College Operator EDMC Will Forgive Student Loans
New York Times
The $102.8 million loan forgiveness program was announced on Monday in Washington along with a separate $95.5 million civil settlement with the Department of Justice, the result of a whistle-blower lawsuit accusing the company of using boiler-room ...
National deal results in loan forgiveness for hundreds of Iowa college students
$95.5 Million Settlement In Second Instance of Massive For Profit Student Loan ...
Some Brown Mackie and Art Institute students to have loans forgiven
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$17.5M loan gets board's support
The Little Rock Technology Park Authority Board approved a loan commitment with a group of banks Monday that will help pay for the first phase of land acquisition and construction of the $100 million downtown technology park. Under the terms of the ...
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SB NationI tried to blow my student loan money on a piece of the Aggro Crag from 'Guts'
No good decisions are made at 3 a.m. after a night of drinking. None. If the worst thing I ever did was almost lose $800 in student loan money by bidding on a piece of the Aggro Crag, well, in a macro sense I suppose I did okay. Nonetheless it was a ...
Silver Arch Capital Partners Closes $8 Million Loan for New York City Mixed ...
PR Newswire (press release)
HACKENSACK, N.J., Nov. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Silver Arch Capital Partners (www.silverarchcp.com) has closed an $8 million first mortgage loan secured by two mixed-use properties in New York City, announced Jeffrey Wolfer, president and CEO of the ...
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International Falls JournalCouncil approves loan extension
International Falls Journal
The International Falls City Council agreed Monday to extend a commercial loan to a local business, but the action prompted a brief discussion on the city's involvement in the process. The council on a 4-1 vote agreed to extend by three years a ...