Investment Opportunity in Wells Fargo

first_imgHome / Daily Dose / Investment Opportunity in Wells Fargo About Author: Brianna Gilpin  Print This Post Wells Fargo 2017-08-07 Brianna Gilpin The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Wells Fargo has had a tough time when it comes to lawsuits as of late, but their latest issue concerning malfeasance related to mortgage lending could possibly result in shareholders, according to Bloomberg. See why in the Video Spotlight. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Share Save Investment Opportunity in Wells Fargo Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Tagged with: Wells Fargocenter_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Related Articles Previous: Ocwen May Gain a New Ally Next: DataVerify Now Offers Automated Processes To Submit Tax Transcript Information The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, Media, News August 7, 2017 4,211 Views Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Brianna Gilpin, Online Editor for MReport and DS News, is a graduate of Texas A&M University where she received her B.A. in Telecommunication Media Studies. Gilpin previously worked at Hearst Media, one of the nation’s leading diversified media and information services companies. To contact Gilpin, email [email protected] Subscribelast_img read more

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NFL free agency rumors: Ravens never made Le’Veon Bell an offer

first_img NFL free agency news: Le’Veon Bell bound for Jets Related News While there was some speculation the Ravens were targeting Le’Veon Bell, it appears Baltimore was never in the mix for the star running back.According to ESPN, which cited unidentified sources, the Ravens never made an offer for Bell even though many believed Baltimore was involved in negotiations and bidding for the free agent. Bell ended up reportedly agreeing to terms Wednesday with the Jets on a four-year, $52.5 million deal, which ended months of speculation as to where the 27-year-old would end up next following his departure from the Steelers. Bell had been connected to the Colts, Packers, Texans and Bills in addition to the Jets and Ravens. I’m back in the green baby, let’s get it— Le’Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) March 13, 2019Bell previously spent his entire career in Pittsburgh after he was selected by the Steelers in the second round of the 2013 draft. But he had been vocal about his desire to reach a long-term deal and sat out all last season amid a contract dispute. He also expressed dissatisfaction with being franchise tagged for the second straight year last offseason. He last played 15 regular-season games in 2017 and made an appearance in the team’s lone playoff game that season.last_img read more

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‘Live in Harmony’

first_imgA Catholic Priest has urged married couples in the country to maintain there marital vows by living in harmony with each other.Rev. Fr. Francis Johnson, priest of St. Anthony Parish in Gardnerville, outside Monrovia made the statement recently when he performed the wedding ceremony of Ms. Famatta Cole Dukuly and Mr. Francis Boakai Curley as husband and wife.The wedding program was attended by officials of government and the couples’ families and friends.According to Rev. Fr. Johnson, “God gives married couples the grace they need to live together as a family,” he adding that, it is a Biblical duty for husband and wife to fulfill the promise of God for the family.He warned the couples and all others that marriage was not an institution to fondle with; stressing: “When you are not ready please go and sit down.”The Catholic priest also admonished the couple to be faithful to each other and put God first in everything that they do because with God all things are possible.Rev. Johnson also called on mothers and fathers to advise their children on marriage, instead of leaving them to make wrong decisions on their own.“Over the past years, love has vanished, marriage has faltered, and children have been harmed by other so-called “foster” parents,” said Fr. Johnson.Meanwhile, Mr. Francis Boakai Curley, Human Resources Officer of the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR) assigned in Kenya and groom, urged youths to be careful in selecting their partners for life.“Behind every successful man, there is a strong woman,” he said.Mr. Curley acknowledged his wife by saying she is everything to him and that he is proud of her one-hundred percent.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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NAB 2019: Canon Announces its First PL Mount Prime Lens Lineup

first_imgLooking for more coverage of NAB 2019? Check out these articles.NAB 2019: G-Tech Releases a Virtually Indestructible DriveNAB 2019: Wipster Announces Collaborative Audio ReviewNAB 2019: CineMatch Plugin Matches Cameras in SecondsNAB 2019: Teradek Introduces an Inexpensive Wireless SystemNAB 2019: Aputure’s Secret Party and What They Announced At NAB 2019, Canon announced their new Sumire Prime Lens lineup as their answer to fans who hoped to get the “Cooke Look.”First off, Sumire is prounounced “Soo-mee-ray,” which led me to saying “These lenses are the Sam-u-rai of lenses.” It made me laugh (in my head). I hope you liked it, too.It’s been a long week already.Anyway, the lenses are beautiful. Canon’s previous lenses, like the Canon Cine Primes, were known for their sharpness, but many people expressed a desire for a more filmic look with more character. That brings us to now.The Sumire Lineup consists of seven fast T-stop prime lenses. This will help low-light shooting — as well as creating good bokeh. Another aspect that helps that warm softness we wanted is the 11-blade iris, which is supposed to produce more “rounded levels of bokeh.” The lenses also offer a 300-degree focus rotation angle and consistent gear positioning. These support 4K full-frame cameras, Super 35, APS-H and APS-C.At the NAB booth, there’s a sign that lists the “qualities” of the lens. This is what you’ll see:Associated with floral gentleness and beauty.Bright T-stops and Canon’s renowned warm energy.Unique optical design creates nuanced look as the lens aperture approaches its maximum setting.Subtly modifies the textual renderings of the human facial close-up.A smooth transition to the fall-off portions of the frame and a pleasing bokeh.Here’s a picture:Here’s the full Sumire lineup:CN-E14mm T3.1 FP XCN-E20mm T1.5 FP XCN-E24mm T1.5 FP XCN-E35mm T1.5 FP XCN-E50mm T1.3 FP XCN-E85mm T1.3 FP XCN-E135mm T2.2 FP XPrice: $7,410 per lensRelease: Late summer 2019 for the 24, 35, and 50mmFall 2019 for 14, 20, 85, and 135mmlast_img read more

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Democrat hopeful talks pipeline protest in North Dakota

first_imgDennis WardAPTN National NewsThe pipeline stand off in North Dakota is starting to become a more prominent national issue in the United States.For month, members of of the Standing Sioux Tribe, along with thousands of supporters, have been on the site of a construction site where a pipeline is supposed to be built.Recently the protests turned violent when security forces who had dogs and mace turned on a number of people at the site.A court ruling on whether to halt construction of the pipeline is expected Sept. 9.APTN’s Dennis Ward talked with Chase Iron Eyes who was raised on the Standin Rock Sioux reservation and is now running as a Democrat for the U.S. Congress.last_img read more

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UP Suprintendent invigilators booked for aiding mass copying in exam

first_imgMuzaffarnagar: Seventeen people, including superintendent of an examination centre and 14 invigilators, have been booked under Gangster Act for allegedly aiding mass copying at an exam centre here during the Uttar Pradesh board examinations.The accused, including superintendent of the centre Yogender Pal, were arrested during a Special Task Force raid last month when the mass copying was caught during the Class 12th Physics paper. District Magistrate Ajay Shanker Pandey said here Sunday that on the recommendation of the police, 17 people including suprintendent Yogender Pal, 14 invigilators and two others Intakhab and Asher Nafis were booked under the Gangster Act. They were booked Saturday at Bad village under Charthawal police station in the district. The alleged mass copying was caught on February 22 when the STF raided the examination centre upon a tip-off. However, no student was apprehended, police said. Officials said solved examination papers, pistol, mobile and exam guides were also recovered during the raid. A car was also seized.last_img read more

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5 things to watch for Ohio State football spring practice

2. Carlos Hyde is gone, but he’s not the only Buckeye who can run the ballAlthough Miller is set to play another season for OSU, there is no such thing for running back Carlos Hyde. One of OSU’s all-time most prolific running backs — sixth in career rushing yards in program history (3,198), seventh best single season total (1,521) and tied for third in most yards in a single game (246 against Illinois Nov. 16) — Hyde will be difficult to replace. The Buckeyes do return numerous backs from last season, perhaps none more poised to take over for Hyde than rising sophomore Ezekiel Elliott. Although rising senior Rod Smith and rising sophomore Warren Ball came into 2013 with more hype, it was Elliott who impressed the most during the season. Finishing the year fifth on the team in yards and second on the team in average yards per carry, Elliott likely has the inside track to the first team carries in 2014. But don’t count out the electric rising sophomore Dontre Wilson, who is likely to get more touches with a full offseason of workouts and time to bulk up under his belt. Then-redshirt-freshman quarterback Cardale Jones (12) avoids a defender during a game against Florida A&M Sept. 21 at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 76-0.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editor1. Braxton’s back, all right. But who will be his backup?The mood of Ohio State fans across the country changed Jan. 9 when rising senior quarterback Braxton Miller announced his decision to return to school after days of speculation. Although it remains unclear how close he was to actually leaving, his return still leaves some questions unanswered. Despite being the starting quarterback for each of the last three seasons, Miller has yet to get through a whole season without injury. If this trend continues — Miller is likely not going take a snap during spring practice — a young inexperienced quarterback will have to take the helm for OSU. Kenny Guiton is gone, and the only quarterback who has thrown a pass in college other than Miller is rising redshirt-sophomore Cardale Jones. Jones might have some competition for the No. 2 spot though with incoming freshman Stephen Collier and rising redshirt-freshman J.T. Barrett. An insight into the battle will likely be given when the team announces the starters for the Spring Game, although it likely won’t be until the start of the season that coach Urban Meyer makes his decision. 5. New faces, new philosophies on defensive side of the ballIt’s no secret the OSU defense was not what fans were accustomed to seeing, particularly at defending the pass — a ghastly 112th in the country while giving up 268 yards per game. Meyer certainly addressed the defensive issues on the recruiting trail, bringing in 11 defensive players. But he also did the same on the coaching staff, adding Larry Johnson as the defensive line coach in place of the departed Mike Vrabel and Chris Ash to coach the secondary after Everett Withers took a head coaching job at James Madison. Johnson and Ash have excellent track records at Penn State and Arkansas/Wisconsin, respectively, and it will be interesting to see how quickly their presence will be evident. Both are big-time recruiters, which Meyer loves, but both also bring to the table the intensity that was missing late last season in the losses to Michigan State and Clemson in the Big Ten Championship game and Orange Bowl. 3. A new brand of bulk to protect Braxton MillerIt cannot be overstated how important the Buckeye offensive line has been to OSU’s success. The experience of Jack Mewhort, Corey Linsley, Marcus Hall and Andrew Norwell was vital for OSU in Meyer’s first two seasons at the helm. But now all four of those players have finished their careers in Columbus, and the Buckeyes are looking to young players to fill, and create, the gaps. Rising junior Taylor Decker is the only returning starter from last season, although it is likely that rising redshirt-sophomore Pat Elflein, who in place of a suspended Marcus Hall, did enough to earn himself a spot in the starting lineup. That still leaves three open spots on the line with Decker moving to left tackle. Rising junior Jacoby Boren played a significant amount of the season opener when Linsley had to sit because of an injured foot. Rising senior Darryl Baldwin, rising junior Tommy Brown and rising sophomore Kyle Dodson were listed as backups last season and the 2014 class has five incoming freshmen who will all be battling it out for the remaining starting positions. 4. Without Ryan Shazier, what will the linebackers do?Meyer said Feb. 5 on National Signing Day the linebacker position is undergoing “an overhaul right now,” and is surely one to be under a microscope for the entirety of spring practice. Everyone knows who is gone — first-team All-American and Big Ten performer Ryan Shazier and his league-leading 143 tackles — but who is set to return? Rising senior Curtis Grant and rising junior Joshua Perry are the main two players who will have some experience from last season, but their experience is likely to be tested with the addition of four true freshmen. Led by the crown jewel of Meyer’s recruiting class Raekwon McMillan — who enrolled in January — the young blood will push for playing time. McMillan is the lone linebacker who enrolled early, but Meyer has said he has no plans to redshirt either McMillan or the other three — Kyle Berger, Dante Booker and Sam Hubbard — players who are looking to fill Shazier’s shoes. Surely to be a storyline throughout the season, spring ball will go a long way to determining who is next in line at the position. read more

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Mark Hughes empathizes with Leicester City

first_imgSouthampton manager Mark Hughes sends his condolences to everyone at Leicester City following the tragic death of their club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died in a tragic helicopter crash last weekend and the football family all around the world has come out in emotional support for the club, including Saints manager Mark Hughes.Hughes told Sky Sports: “It does affect the club and the players themselves, but what you find in football is you have to get on with your football life and your personal life, you have to deal with tragedy and change.“It will take time I am sure, given the circumstances, but everybody will I am sure will heal in their own time.”Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.Mark Hughes was at Chelsea when the club’s vice-chairman Matthew Harding died in a similar helicopter crash in October 1996.“It was really sad times for everyone connected to the club. We’d played a night match in Bolton and were traveling back and heard the tragic news that a big presence at the club had lost his life.” Hughes said, speaking of the crash in 1996.“The club came together as club and a team and you make decisions that you think were right at the time.“We as players just wanted to do well for the memory of Matthew Harding, and that is how we approached it.”last_img read more

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Homer Woman Arrested For Using Fake Currency In Anchor Point

first_imgThe cashier provided a description of the driver and vehicle. Troopers located the vehicle in Anchor Point. On February 2, a suspect was identified however she was not located at that time. On the following day Troopers received a report that a female had used fake currency to pay for a drink at Black Water Bend Espresso. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaska State Troopers received a report of a female who had tried to use fake currency to buy items at the Anchor River Store on two separate occasions. She was arrested and remanded into the Homer Jail. According to the Trooper dispatch, an investigation revealed Rheanna Tussey, 24, of Homer used fake currency to purchase a drink and she was in possession of large quantity of other fake bills.last_img read more

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