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San Francisco 49ers - TeamReport
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Once he was back, the team began to play its best ball of the season, lending credence to the peaking-at-the-right-time mentality the team and fans shared alike. It wasn't a misguided notion. The 49ers had gone on the road and beaten Aaron Rodgers at 

New to theaters and now playing
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I, frankenstein: This efface to Mary Shelley stars Aaron Eckhart from "The Dark Knight" as the proverbial undead creation of Victor Frankenstein. What's different is that the The BOOK THIEF: In a lavish adaptation of Markus Zusak's best-seller

Lifting pediatric patients' spirits
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Organization: Team Aaron Inc. is a nonprofit dedicated to providing love, fun and happiness to children fighting cancer. One of its initiatives is Aaron's iPad Lending Library, which was started by Sarah and her mom, Deborah, after they saw the

Wells Fargo move acknowledges Lending Club as competitor
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Wells Fargo move acknowledges Lending Club as competitor Some took the news as another sign that peer-to-peer lending is becoming a force to be reckoned with. "To be singled out by a bank of Wells Fargo's caliber is a bit of an honor," says Aaron Vermut, president of Prosper Marketplace, also based in San 

Aaron English, Like Smoke

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Rod Rosenstein officially bows out — and bows to Trump

President Trump suggested Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein participated in the planning of “ a very illegal act ” against him. He suggested Rosenstein was a “ totally conflicted ” overseer of the Russia investigation. He flirted with firing him, saying he had the right to do so “ absolutely .” And he regularly derided him as a Democrat from Baltimore, even though neither was true; Rosenstein is a Republican from Pennsylvania .

On Monday, after spending the last few weeks defending and lending his credibility to Attorney General William P. Barr’s handling of the end of the Russia probe, Rosenstein announced his resignation with a distinctly pro-Trump message.

In his resignation letter announcing his May 11 exit, Rosenstein praised Trump’s inaugural message two years ago and said he was grateful “for the courtesy and humor you often display in our personal conversations.” He even signed off by borrowing Trump’s political slogan, saying, “We keep the faith, we follow the rules, and we always put America first.

CLOs Remain Popular Despite Acknowledged Risks

One obstacle, of course, has been incessant competition. But the business also poses another broad strategic question: Where’s a lender—especially one without a bank’s gigantic balance sheet—to come upon all those billions of dollars to lend?

There’s always been the loan-on-loan approach, in which a financier borrows a fixed amount for the explicit purpose of putting it into a mortgage. Sufficiently reputable operators can also leverage lines of credit, in which a benefactor institution hands the would-be lender access to a fixed volume of capital for deals it’s yet to come across.

But last year, transitional real estate lenders especially tapped a third reservoir of capital: public markets, which they accessed by slicing up bridge loans into bonds and setting them out for sale in transactions called collateralized loan obligations. And like players from all walks of real estate finance over the last 12 months, panelists at Commercial Observer’s Financing Commercial Real Estate Forum were buzzing about the resurgent financing tactic this week

Simple Interest Question?

Please I need help with this question

Martha lent Aaron money 3 years ago at a simple interest rate of 14%. He repaid her in full plus interest of $399. How much did she lend him 3 years ago?


P = principal
I = interest earned annually

Want P + 3I = 399

Also, we know that I = 0.14P

So, P + 3(0.14)P = 399

1.42 P = 399

P = 399 / 1.

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