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2010-07-26 05:05:00

WASHINGTON, July 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Well-respected Los Angeles developer Sonny Astani unleashes a hard-hitting ad campaign this week.

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2009-09-29 11:00:00

The $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program assembled in Washington a year ago is going to finally focus on toxic assets, administration officials said.

2009-08-21 07:38:24

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2009-08-17 14:56:24

The U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve announced Monday they would extend a consumer lending program for six months. The Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility was set up to purchase securities backed by consumer automobile and credit card loans.

2009-07-08 17:33:03

The U.S. Treasury kicked off the Public-Private Investment Program Wednesday, naming nine companies to serve as asset managers. The nine companies have 12 weeks to raise $500 million from private investors in anticipation of an auction of troubled bank assets.

2009-04-14 12:18:00

DALLAS, April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- In an exclusive article in the April issue of DS News, the only news source dedicated entirely to the residential mortgage default servicing industry, Adam Weinstein, a former editor of the Wall Street Journal, poses the question: did the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) trickle away needed funds, making matters worse? According to a bipartisan Congressional Oversight Panel, the Treasury paid more for the assets it purchased under TARP than their market...

2009-03-23 14:41:31

The U.S. Treasury unveiled its plan to free banks from frozen assets Monday, using a partnership with the private sector to give more clout to taxpayer dollars. In a White House briefing, U.S.

2009-03-23 11:45:18

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