Posts Tagged ‘Bank of America’

Crime Watch

Written by Our Town on . Posted in Crime Watch Our Town, Our Town

800px.Do_Not_Cross._Crime_Scene Compiled by Amanda Woods STREET ATTACK As a 36-year-old man was walking southbound from 96th Street on Lexington Avenue on Tuesday, someone punched him from behind. When the man turned to defend himself, someone else punched him. The man suffered pain and small cuts on the inside of his upper lip and chin. The attackers, [&hellip
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Big Banks Are Thinking Local

Written by Rebecca Harris on . Posted in News Our Town, Our Town, Our Town Downtown

With the economy still struggling and the Occupy Wall Street movement continuing to urge supporters to boycott mainstream financial institutions, major banks are facing more pressure than ever to maintain the trust of customers in the local communities they serve. Campaigns such as the Move Your Money Project, Move Our Money USA and others have [&hellip
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The Marriage of Romance and Frugality

Written by admin on . Posted in On Topic OTDT

By Attiyya Anthony Money and relationships are two things that are very dear to my heart. If you have money to spare, you are one of the select few. If you have a significant other, having low dividends can create its own headache. I, thankfully, attended college without meeting Sallie Mae, and I only hope [&hellip
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American Autumn
, Part 2: Fritz Tucker’s Take on Occupy Wall Street

Written by admin on . Posted in Arts & Film, Breaking News

For the timeline, please go to The Pivotal Moments of Occupy Wall Street A participant’s critique of Occupy Wall Street on Day 2 By Fritz Tucker New York City’s Financial District, notorious for devious deals that crash economies, has witnessed a more harmonious set of transactions since Sept. 17. Thousands of people have come together [&hellip
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