Foreclosure rates in the greater Miami area remain astonishingly high, but they’re headed in the right direction. In March, 13....
A debate is stirring in Michigan over legislation that aims to shorten the redemption period for homeowners in foreclosure, The...
Brian Bandell writes a class-action lawsuit, filed early this month, seeks to block the agreement to send BankAtlantic’s consumer business to BB&T on grounds that it undervalues BankAtlantic stock.
The suit also calls into question the more than $10 million in severance and noncompete payments for BankAtlantic executives, rather than giving that money to shareholders.
The deal already received approval from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, but also needs the blessing of the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Read more at the South Florida Business Journal.
— Andrew Scoggin
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