Tom Axon’s mortgage-collection firm gets about 25 calls a day from delinquent homeowners’ brokers seeking approval to sell their houses for a loss and avoid foreclosure. We’ll help, his staff tells them, as long as we get paid enough.
PNC Financial Services Group Inc., the sixth-largest U.S. bank by deposits, will cut 621 jobs in North Carolina and reassign some of the affected employees after buying Royal Bank of Canada’s U.S. assets.
U.S. banks led by JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Wells Fargo & Co. have bought a record amount of municipal debt. That demand is now at risk under a Federal Reserve proposal that excludes local bonds from a list of easy- to-sell assets.
PNC Financial Services Group Inc., the second-biggest U.S. regional bank, reached an $89 million settlement with Freddie Mac over mortgages sold to the government-backed firm in years leading up to the credit crisis.
Comedian Lynn Moore and her husband, retired pro wrestler “Cougar Jay,” were on the verge of losing their St. Augustine, Florida, home when PNC Financial Services Group Inc. ’s foreclosure hearing was canceled last month.
After her mother died, Jasmine Williams was assured by MetLife Inc. that her $101,819 in life insurance benefits were safe and was sent what the company called a guaranteed money market “checkbook” in 2002.
Pfizer Inc. the world’s largest drugmaker, won’t face class-action lawsuits by health-insurance companies and patients on claims it improperly marketed the epilepsy drug Neurontin for unapproved uses, a judge ruled.