Every business goes through ups and downs, even if it isn't at the fault of its own actions. Those circumstances call for things to tighten up with scarcity or invest at times of bounty. Taking some "Stark advice," we're going to explore how you can become stronger in either case.
The world of securitized lending, as I call it, never ceases to amaze me. Increasingly, surprises seem to be found around every corner of the journey of a homeowner’s fight with the bank to save his or her home against foreclosure.
The following real estate transactions were the highest for the week ending March 29, in Ottawa, Erie and Sandusky counties. For a full listing of real estate transactions, pick up a copy of Sunday's Register.
Excerpt: The real vocation of some people entrusted with delivering primary and secondary education is to validate this proposition: The three R’s — formerly reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic — now are racism, reproduction and recycling. Especially racism.
Q: There's a lot going on in my relationship, my girlfriend is amazing and it's so good that it seems unreal. I haven’t been able to see her or her newborn since she gave birth and I’m not a bad person at all, I’m just busy.
Excerpt: Erie County commissioners Bill Monaghan and Pat Shenigo got a huge assist last year from Jim Rokakis, the former Cuyahoga County treasurer who currently serves as director of Thriving Communities Institute, which supports land bank programs throughout Ohio.
Excerpt: Because of the sequester last month President Obama canceled all White House tours because, as the president stated, the Secret Service claimed it can’t continue the funding to do routine screening, surveillance and ID checks for White House visitors.
Excerpt from the local editorial in Tuesday's Register: At its March 25 meeting, the Sandusky city commission spent about 10 minutes reviewing the $16 million 2013 city budget. They pronounced it "balanced," approving it in a unanimous 7-0 vote.