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Petros PACE Finance & Twain Financial Partners Close $4 Million C-PACE Loan In Nebraska

Petros PACE Finance & Twain Financial Partners Close $4 Million C-PACE Loan In Nebraska

“Since we are both steering team members of the C-PACE Alliance (www.c-pacealliance.com), we’re happy to expand our relationship further by working on this transaction with the Petros team,” said Andy Meyer, Twain’s Director of PACE Financing. Property owner AAD Capital Partners will use the C-PACE financing to purchase and install energy efficient items: New lighting, […]

Foxconn has to balance its loyalties to the world's 2 biggest economies

Foxconn has to balance its loyalties to the world's 2 biggest economies

Apple (AAPL) supplier Foxconn, the world’s biggest contract electronics manufacturer, broke ground on its 20-million-square-foot campus in Wisconsin on Thursday, nearly a year after announcing its $10 billion investment in the U.S. At the groundbreaking ceremony at Foxconn’s only LCD manufacturing facility outside Asia, President Donald Trump spoke of the trade tensions between China and […]

Square CFO Sarah Friar forecasts the future shape of finance

Square CFO Sarah Friar forecasts the future shape of finance

There are a few mega trends, as Square’s chief financial officer Sarah Friar calls them, rippling through the financial industry: Executives are wondering if and when Amazon will take aim at their industry; banks are closing branches; and money is increasingly being passed around electronically. Friar has spent her career in the crosscurrents of finance […]

Understanding FIRE: a philosophy for financial independence and retiring early

Understanding FIRE: a philosophy for financial independence and retiring early

The promised land, in personal finance, is early retirement. Most of us would be lucky to reach it by age 60. And yet there are software engineers in Colorado and financial analysts in New York City crossing the finish line by their 30th birthdays. Say what? Yes, there’s a new path toward early retirement and you won’t […]

Democrats Stick by Maxine Waters for Finance Panel Despite Controversy

Democrats Stick by Maxine Waters for Finance Panel Despite Controversy

Representative Maxine Waters’ Democratic colleagues are sticking by her as the party’s top candidate to run the powerful Financial Services Committee despite the controversy over her urging supporters to publicly confront Trump administration officials on immigration. Waters, a 13-term California Democrat, is the senior Democrat on the committee and if the party wrests control of […]

Finance ministers to press Morneau about opting out of controversial tax change

Finance ministers to press Morneau about opting out of controversial tax change

OTTAWA — Finance ministers from at least two provinces are planning to question their federal counterpart Bill Morneau about whether they can opt out of Ottawa’s plan to implement a controversial tax change. The country’s finance ministers will gather in Ottawa today to discuss a range of issues — from the state of the economy, […]

PNB Housing Finance rallies over 14% as HDFC denies controlling stake

PNB Housing Finance rallies over 14% as HDFC denies controlling stake

NEW DELHI: Shares of PNB Housing Finance rallied over 14 per cent after reports that Housing Development Finance Corp and Kotak Mahindra Bank are competing for a controlling stake in the housing finance company as they aim to gain wider coverage in a mortgage market that’s seen among the safest of havens in the lending […]

It's not all about money: Financial wisdom for young adults

It's not all about money: Financial wisdom for young adults

Bev O’Shea, NerdWallet Published 6:00 a.m. ET June 24, 2018 CLOSE If you’re planning on relying solely on your social security check for retirement, you may want to reconsider. Here’s why. Wochit Time is money. When you buy something, you trade minutes or hours of your life for it. It’s a good way to decide […]

Campaign finance reports available for Preston County primary election candidates

Campaign finance reports available for Preston County primary election candidates

KINGWOOD — Top spenders in the May election were not always the winners in Preston County, according to final campaign finance reports for the election. The final of three campaign financial reports was due June 18. Most local candidates met the deadline. In the circuit judge’s race, Prosecuting Attorney Melvin C. Snyder III spent $7,436.27. […]

Utah Democrat misses campaign finance filing in House race

Utah Democrat misses campaign finance filing in House race

A Utah Democrat running to replace eight-term U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop is being cited for failing to file financial disclosure forms. The Federal Election Commission said Friday that Kurt Weiland had not filed campaign finance paperwork for the two months ahead of Tuesday’s Democratic primary. The FEC said it could take additional action, such as […]