Foreclosures are at a 10-year low, but not everywhere
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In several cities, foreclosures are higher than pre-recession levels. But property values are rising, loan defaults are down and the job market is strong, so what's going on? Plus, the Midwest's devastating floods and more.
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An entertainment lawyer breaks down what's next for television writers.
Businesses in the Midwest are in the process of recovering from last month's floods.
The company that launched Ebony and Jet magazines — Johnson Publishing Company of Chicago — has filed for bankruptcy. Johnson sold off its magazines in 2016, but held on to Fashion Fair, its cosmetics brand. When the brand hit the market in 1973, the department store counters that sold it were among the few places where […]
In cities like Baltimore and Philadelphia, the number of homes in the early stages of foreclosure is higher than it was before the financial crisis.