Posts tagged "subprime lending"

Happy birthday, Wells Fargo: older but wiser?

Happy birthday, Wells Fargo: older but wiser?
Protesters around the country came out Monday to wish Wells Fargo a happy 160th birthday, and to remind the San Francisco bank that getting older doesn’t mean they’re getting any wiser. “We went out there to let them know that we are going to bring attention to the fact that Wells Fargo still does not... Read more »

Kelly speaks Friday on the article that set off a $335 million lawsuit

Kelly speaks Friday on the article that set off a $335 million lawsuit
Before the housing bubble burst, before Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan sued Countrywide for discriminatory lending practices and before the word foreclosure became as common as the word mortgage, if you were a black family in Chicago looking to buy your first home and the rates seemed unreasonably expensive, you might just assume that it... Read more »