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Apple released its fiscal second-quarter earnings, reporting better-than-expected revenue but the first year-over-year quarterly profit decline since 2003.
New California foreclosure actions posted a sharp plunge in the first quarter to levels not seen since the last housing boom.
After a plunge in its share price, the tech giant may disappoint restive investors.
Apple releases its eagerly awaited second-quarter earnings Tuesday, and by most accounts, it’s unlikely that anything the company says will alleviate growing shareholder doubts about its growth prospects.
Troubled sports car maker Fisker Automotive Inc. failed to make a $ 10-million payment on a federal government loan Monday, tipping the Anaheim company closer to a bankruptcy reorganization or liquidation.
Toy maker Hasbro Inc. reported modest revenue growth in the first quarter, backed by solid sales of Furby, My Little Pony and Transformers games.
A titleholder raises concerns about a homeowners association with a multimillion-dollar loan and a board’s assertions.
Question: Even with an annual income of more than $ 2 million, our association is in a big mess. There’s a several-million-dollar loan inclusive of our reserve account the association is paying off that has a variable interest rate currently at 6.85%. The association can’t touch the reserves because the bank says it’s garnisheed as collateral for the loan.