Investors are cheering the announced $4.25 billion purchase of Citigroup's OneMain Financial by former AIG unit SpringLeaf. The deal shows that subprime remains big business years after it helped spur a global crisis.
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Real Estate Digital (RED), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Solutionstar, announced it has launched its new rDocs document management system and reached an agreement with HER Realtors to become the first user of this new, online, paperless management system for its brokerage and agents.
Mortgage servicer Ocwen Financial Corp (OCN.N) said it would sell residential mortgage servicing rights on $45 billion f Fannie Mae loans to an undisclosed buyer, sending its shares up 5.5 percent in extended trading.
Scientists have developed targeted, biodegradable nano "drones" to deliver anti-inflammatory drugs that heal and stabilize arterial plaque in mice. Their work could pave the way for more effective prevention of heart attack and stroke in humans caused by atherosclerosis, in which artery walls thicken and suffer reduced plasticity due to an accumulation of white blood cells.
For some prospective borrowers, saving up 3% for a down payment on a home is still a hurdle they can’t quite clear. However, a new program from BBVA Compass will allow borrowers to put down even less for a down payment.
Today, Trulia, a leading home search resource for buyers and renters, introduced a simple way to organize a chaotic home search—boards. Now home seekers can organize, narrow, and share their favorite homes on interactive, visual boards created by them.
From the foot of the snowy, picturesque massif that residents of Bergen, Norway, call the Seven Mountains, the Tubakuba looks like any number of modernly designed rural cabins. It's a small cube of wood and glass, perched semi-precipitously upon a rocky incline: the sort of retreat that any writer would give his eyeteeth to call home. But it's when you approach the Tubakuba from the back that the cabin truly takes your breath away: it's got an entry portal that looks like a hole torn in space-time.
Last month Apple and Ericsson went to war over the fees Ericsson is trying to charge Apple for the use of its mobile broadband patents. Apple sued Ericsson in an attempt to have the patents declared non-standard-essential (meaning they don’t automatically command royalties) or, if they are found standard-essential, to have Ericsson’s fees declared unreasonably…
Zillow®, the leading real estate and home-related information marketplace, today announced that 25 new multiple listing services have joined the Zillow Partnership Platform over the month of February, bringing thousands of new listings directly to the site.
By bringing onboard Channel, Auction.com will be able to hasten the expansion of its online presence to begin selling more move-in ready homes by using Channel’s transaction platform, the company said in a statement.
Julie Joyce wrote a very interesting article on Search Engine Land about an hour ago on Google and natural links. We always tend to think of natural links as the prize or reward for creating engaging content. You didn’t pay for them, you did not manipulate the system, someone just liked your content and either included it in an article or on a forum or blog comment.
In late 2012, Google launched its mortgage comparison tool viaCompare in the U.K. and now, it appears the search giant is bringing it stateside. Compare is aimed at helping users find deals on mortgages, credit cards, auto insurance and travel.
On Monday Qualcomm unveiled its Snapdragon Sense ID technology, which it says can scan your finger even if it’s a little wet or dirty. It will also function through "glass, aluminum, stainless steel, sapphire, and plastics," meaning that smartphone makers can integrate the feature right into their hardware.
Apartments.com launched a trippy ad campaign starring Jeff Goldblum as Brad Bellflower, an eccentric Silicon Valley maverick behind the revamped Apartments.com site. New features include custom search filters, photos, video walk-throughs and detailed neighborhood information. Bellflower dresses only in black and puts on a black-and-white presentation that describes the new Apartments.com. Lightbulbs spell out popular industry terms like paradigm, synergistic and thought-provoking, with Bellflowe
Warren Buffett celebrated 50 years at the helm of Berkshire Hathaway in his annual shareholder letter by hitting on the main themes broached in his last 49 letters and looking ahead to the next 50 years.
A typical health-related billboard tries to sell you something—a gym membership, weight-loss surgery, a lower-calorie snack. But this conceptual billboard does nothing but cheer if you happen to walk by instead of driving in a car. The faster you walk or run, the louder the crowd screams.
We're not talking about some grand political declaration that Flipboard and others are making. We're just talking about "getting stuff done." It turns out that hybrid approaches to application development are a great way to accomplish this, and always have been.
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