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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 

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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

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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 

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Bank of America to stop lending to makers of 'military-style firearms'

, Which also make AR-15-style rifles. Remington, Ruger and Vista did not return messages from CNNMoney.

Everytown for Gun Safety, a gun control group, applauded the move.

"When the second-largest bank in the US takes concrete steps to prevent gun violence, it sends a clear message to the entire industry: It's time for every financial institution to do their part," said Everytown president John Feinblatt, in a statement.

But the gun industry group, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, objected to Bank of America's characterization of the guns as "military" since they're products for civilians.

"We as an industry would welcome the opportunity to sit down with Bank of America executives to explain our industry's perspective and to discuss what really would work to keep firearms out of the hands of those who should not have them," said NSSF spokesman Michael Bazinet, in a statement.

Related: Why the AR-15 is the mass shooter's go-to weapon

In February, Bank of America said it plans to "engage the limited number of clients we have that manufacture assault weapons for non-military use to understand what they can contribute to this shared responsibility.

Chase to open hundreds of offices in U.S. even as rivals abandon ...

America’s financial institutions have been moving away from bricks and mortar for decades, putting services online and closing less profitable branches. But at least one big bank is trying to buck the trend.

JPMorgan Chase, America’s largest bank, is preparing to open its first-ever Washington-area branches, executives announced recently, part of a regional expansion that will bring 70 Chase offices to the District, Maryland and Virginia by 2023 and make room for an estimated 700 new hires.

Some of the 70 planned branches already have received regulatory approval, the company says. They include sites in the District’s Columbia Heights, Logan Circle and Georgetown neighborhoods; one branch near the McPherson Square Metro station; one in Ward 7 east of the Anacostia River; one in Bethesda, and two in Arlington.

The new branches will mean households and businesses in the region can tap Chase for mortgages and small-business loans, establishing a regional lending footprint that the company estimates will reach $4 billion by 2023.

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.