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Settlement Could Bring Millions In Loan Debt Relief to Defrauded Corinthian

Former students who took out private loans to attend now-defunct Corinthian colleges will be eligible for more than $51 million in loan relief, under a settlement... Read more »

Port of L.A. Surpasses 2020 Clean Air Goal

The Port of Los Angeles achieved record clean air gains in 2016 while also moving a record level of cargo, according to a report released Friday. The 2016 Inventory... Read more »

Council Grapples With Issues In Franchise Waste System

With complaints rolling in about higher rates and poorer service related to the new franchise waste hauling system, a Los Angeles City Council committee Tuesday... Read more »

LALCC Singles Out Latino Business Stars

Kenneth and Sean Salas, (pictured left) co-founders of Camino Financial, received the “Rising Star Award” at the 8th Annual Latino Business Awards, hosted... Read more »

Labor Advocates Lament Lack of Protections in New Foreign-Worker Visas

SACRAMENTO – Criticism is coming in from worker’s-rights groups on the Trump administration’s announcement Monday that it will allow an additional 15,000... Read more »

Your Credit Score Soon Will Get A Buffer From Medical-Debt Wrecks

For many consumers, an unexpected health care calamity can quickly burgeon into a financial calamity. Just over half of all the debt that appears on credit reports... Read more »

Feuer Goes After Carl’s Jr. for Wage Theft

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced Monday that he is taking legal action against the Carl’s Jr. fast-food chain for alleged wage theft. The company... Read more »

Bank of America Settles $1.9 Million Consumer Protection Lawsuit

Bank of America agreed to pay more than $1.9 million to settle a civil lawsuit alleging that the company took too long to inform customers that their phone calls... Read more »

A Federal Regulator Is Probing Wells Fargo’s Mortgage Practices

. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is conducting an investigation into alleged improprieties in Wells Fargo’s mortgage fee practices. The CFPB is looking... Read more »

L.A. – 2nd Worst Place to Live if You’re Trying to Save

The Los Angeles and Anaheim areas are among the worst places to live if you’re trying to save money, according to a study released Monday by a personal finances... Read more »

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