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New York State's probe into loan modification businesses includes plans to file civil charges against one loan negotiator, a law enforcement official said. The suit against Long Island's largest loan modification company will charge the company, AmeriMod, with false advertising and illegally charging upfront fees.
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has filed suit against a financier for allegedly failing to properly protect $2.4 billion funneled to Bernard Madoff. Filed under state charity and security statutes, Cuomo claimed that J.
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo says he will look into whether American International Group Inc. improperly used U.S.
Bank of America filed papers in a New York state court to block the state's probe into compensation that Attorney General Andrew Cuomo calls excessive. The bank contends that the data on compensation is confidential. The attorney general's office, in turn, has issued subpoenas to three former Merrill Lynch personnel who received bonus checks in excess of $10 million each, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. Before collapsing into the arms of Bank of America, Merrill Lynch paid...
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo Monday asked a court to require former Merrill Lynch & Co.
New York state officials served Bank of America Chief Executive Officer Ken Lewis with a subpoena to probe into the bank's bonus pay policy.
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By Kevin McCoy Efforts to stop suspected illegal short selling of stocks intensified Thursday as a top state law enforcer announced an investigation and the nation's three largest public pension funds said they would stop lending some financial stocks to short sellers.
By Peter Simon The cost of college loans is steep enough without tacking on unnecessary -- and even deceptive -- interest charges, State Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo told students Monday at West Seneca East High School.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.