FEarly Cash Financial Services (FCFS) reported quarterly earnings of $0.84 per share, beating Zacks’ consensus estimate of $0.82 per share. That compares to earnings of $1.26 per share a year ago. These figures are adjusted for non-recurring items. This quarterly report represents a profit surprise of 2.44%. A quarter ago,Read More →

Federal aid is coming, but local lenders are responding to an immediate need. One by one, the staff of the Business Center for New Americans called each of its roughly 700 active borrowers, checking on them all during the unprecedented economic fallout from COVID-19. The non-profit organization provides loans toRead More →

STAMFORD, Conn., June 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Charter Communications, Inc. today announced that applications are now being accepted for the company’s 2020 Spectrum Digital Education Grant Program, which supports nonprofit organizations that educate community members about the benefits of broadband and how to use it in their lives. Applications areRead More →

A Discover Financial Services credit card logo is pictured in New York, U.S., Monday, March 1 … [+] 2010. Discover Financial Services, the credit card issuer that received $1.23 billion from the US bank’s bailout fund, recently said CEO David Nelms’ pay fell 31% over the 2009, Photographer: Daniel Acker/BloombergRead More →

Published: Updated on – 01:03, Fri – 19 Mar 21 The state government is ready to boost the agricultural sector by emphasizing modern cultivation methods, agricultural mechanization and market-oriented production. Hyderabad: Agriculture has become the only sector to have withstood the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in the state,Read More →

However, gate crashing the presidency of BOPEU’s lucrative cash lending company, Babereki Investments, has since been an illusory exercise. An attempt last year to remove Babereki Investment chairman Masego Mogwera from the company’s chairmanship through late-night trickery failed when the High Court and recently the Court of Appeal found allRead More →

NatWest closed the accounts of some small business customers who applied for government-backed loans to help them through the pandemic, leaving them distressed and unable to access their money. Several customers of the 62% taxpayer-owned bank contacted the Guardian to complain that their accounts had been suspended or closed withoutRead More →

Kim Chee, a Korean restaurant in Bay Ridge, closed after 19 years. Photo via Google Maps What the majority of Brooklyn small businesses need today aren’t necessarily loans, but rent assistance, personal protective equipment and, most importantly, cash grants, said Randy Peers, president and Chief Executive Officer of the BrooklynRead More →

Mortgage and asset-backed securities are starting to feel the effects of quarantines and social distancing as people spend – and earn – less money. Our Finance group is exploring the basic information to consider with any securitization and how best to deal with it during the coronavirus pandemic. Four disclosureRead More →