“With some of these orgs, you kind of scratch your head, like, ‘Really? How did they get that?’”
“It is a loophole that is likely to be manipulated by the people who need to manipulate it.”
“Everyone is still acutely focused on, what do we do when we have exhausted the benefits?”
“Unfortunately, the Bureau has abandoned the very consumers it is tasked by Congress with protecting,” the resignation letter reads.
What does it take for Ayn Rand to lend you $25? Just ask her niece. A recent letter from the philosopher outlines the strict conditions under which she would do such a favor.
In Orthodox Brooklyn where poverty is on the rise, one group is using a strategy that has worked in the developing world — offering $1.6 million in small loans to mom-and-pop companies.
A top Republican senator on Wednesday said he was unsatisfied with U.S. Treasury Secretary nominee Jack Lew’s response to questions about a loan he received from a previous employer and was requesting more information before the Senate committee considering the nomination is asked to vote.