Month: April 2021

Columnist David Lazarus Shares the 2 Things All Consumers Should Be Doing To Protect Themselves

David Lazarus

David Lazarus

David Lazarus is an award-winning business columnist for the Los Angeles Times, where he reports on consumer affairs. He is also a part-time radio host and makes daily appearances on Los Angeles’ KTLA-TV Channel 5. Lazarus’ reporting is featured in newspapers across the country and has resulted in a variety of laws protecting consumers.

Recognized by GOBankingRates as one of Money’s Most Influential, here he shares what consumers need to be doing to protect themselves and why you should never take shortcuts when it comes to your finances.

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Family wants donation to UW tennis program returned, claims it was misused | Local Education

Alvarez added that Coyle had “indicated support” for designating the gift to facilities needs. Lucas also said in his emailed statement that athletics staff were in touch with the Coyle family, including in-person visits, phone calls and emails in which they “expressed personal support and enthusiasm” for using the gift toward stadium renovations. Coyle denies that was the case.

The Board of Regents’ business and finance committee granted Alvarez’s request in October 2016, and the UW-Madison athletic department announced the donation as a gift for an existing campaign to raise $2.5 million.

“Perhaps the school was not required to issue

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Family wants donation to UW tennis program returned, claiming it was misused | Local Education

Alvarez added that Coyle had “indicated support” for designating the gift to facilities needs. Lucas also said in his emailed statement that athletics staff were in touch with the Coyle family, including in-person visits, phone calls and emails in which they “expressed personal support and enthusiasm” for using the gift toward stadium renovations. Coyle denies that was the case.

The Board of Regents’ business and finance committee granted Alvarez’s request in October 2016, and the UW-Madison athletic department announced the donation as a gift for an existing campaign to raise $2.5 million.

“Perhaps the school was not required to issue

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Select Medical Holdings Stock Gives Every Indication Of Being Significantly Overvalued

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As Sanjeev Gupta Rose From Trader to Tycoon, Several Banks Backed Away

(Bloomberg) — British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta’s companies seemed to be prospering until his main lender, Greensill Capital, imploded last month. But long before Greensill collapsed, several banks had cut off the commodity trading business of Gupta’s Liberty House Group.Four banks stopped working with Gupta’s commodity trading business, starting in 2016, after they became concerned about what they perceived to be problems in bills of lading – shipping receipts that give the holder the right to take possession of a cargo – or other paperwork provided by Liberty,

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District One April board meeting at a glance | News

District One attendance boundaries are now consistent across all platforms.

Adjustments were last made to the boundaries in 2019, when the district opened Dorothy Hall Elementary School at 5777 E. 45th Pl. According to Superintendent James Sheldahl, a recent audit identified discrepancies between the interactive Google map on the district’s website and the map used by the transportation department and individual schools, which have since been amended.

“They’re all the same now; everything matches,” Sheldahl said.

Sheldahl clarified that the boundaries themselves have not been modified; only the maps have changed in order to “accurately reflect” the boundaries.

Deficits continue

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