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Amerault joins Mortgage Network's Bedford office
http://www.cabinet.com/bedfordjournal/bedfordreadersubmitted/1025730-308/amerault-joins-mortgage-networks-bedford-office.html
Amerault brings to Mortgage Network 30 years of mortgage banking, loan origination and loan underwriting experience in her local region. Most recently, Amerault served as vice president and senior loan officer for NE Moves Mortgage, where she was a 

Cramer: What's driving this rally
http://www.optionmonster.com/news/article.php?page=cramer_whats_driving_this_rally_89847.html
With all of the talk of Fed tapering and how that would be terrible for the financials and with all of the chatter of the weakness of the mortgage and refinance markets, it was natural to think that this was going to be a year when the banks, already

The Biggest, Baddest Movie Monster of 2013? Capitalism
http://www.complex.com/pop-culture/2014/01/2013-movies-capitalism-wolf-of-wall-street-spring-breakers
The Biggest, Baddest Movie Monster of 2013? Capitalism Just take a look at Alexander Payne's bittersweet, black-and-white comedy Nebraska, where the excessive wealth fabricated by Wall Street contrasts the flat, destitute looking American heartland, drained of color, if not life. The film details the

December bond taper surprised most dealers: NY Fed poll
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/09/us-usa-fed-dealer-poll-idUSBREA0819X20140109
The poll, taken before the Fed's December 17-18 meeting, when it reduced its monthly Treasuries and mortgage-backed program by $10 billion to $75 billion beginning in January, showed that only 25 percent of primary dealers expected the Fed would cut

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Foreshadow is a new speculative execution exploit targeting Intel's SGX on Core chips

Move over, Meltdown and Spectre. A new “Foreshadow” attack, alternatively called L1 Terminal Fault or L1TF, targets Intel’s Security Guard Extensions (SGX) within its Core chips.

You should be safe, though, if you’ve already patched your PC as part of the earlier Spectre and Meltdown mitigations that rolled out over the course of the year, according to a blog post from Intel , which disclosed the flaw today. (Wired has more of the technical backstory on the bug itself, and Intel has published a video explaining the issue.) Microsoft is also rolling out patches, Intel said.

Security Guard Extensions, or SGX, were originally designed to protect code from disclosure or modification, according to Intel. It’s a feature that’s included in 7th-generation Core chips and above, as well as the corresponding Xeon generation. According to Intel,  it “remains protected even when the BIOS, VMM, operating system, and drivers are compromised, implying that an attacker with full execution control over the platform can be kept at bay.

Cisco software, subscription strategies pay off

The portion of deferred product revenue that is related to recurring software and subscription offers increased 23 percent over 2017, Cisco stated . In addition, Cisco reported deferred revenue from software and subscriptions increasing 23 percent to $6.1 billion in the fourth quarter alone.

“We're seeing the returns on the investments we're making in innovation and driving the shift to more software and subscription,” Kelly Kramer, Cisco CFO said during the company’s financial results conference call. 

Chuck Robbins, Chairman and CEO of Cisco said during the call that when Cisco began the sale of the Catalyst 9000 that was the first attempt to sell a subscription software offering on top of a core networking product.

“That has gone as we’ve said on prior calls reasonably well. I'm very pleased with how the adoption has been from our customers, they understand the value… we had roughly 9,650 plus customers on the 9K as of the end of the quarter,” he said.

Has anyone used one of those 'sell and rent back you house' companies in the UK (NE)? Recommend or not?

in a bit of a financial and family ill health hole so can't move house but can't afford to stay mortgaged either. Help please!!!


I think you should read the terms and conditions carefully.