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Boulder, Broomfield, Weld Commercial Deals: July 28, 2014 - Boulder Daily Camera

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and Vicki Discenza, 447 Beaver Point, Lafayette, 7/10/2014, $521,500 Bonnie Draina, Saijai and Adrian Osika, 7755 Baseline Road, Boulder, 7/8/2014, $520,000 Janet Gordon, Jacques C. Blanchard, 747 Orchard Court, Louisville, 7/10/2014, $517,900 Daryl L. and Kirsten C. Delaney, David and Amanda Janusz, 13943 Star Creek Drive, Broomfield, 7/16/2014, $512,000 Markel Homes Construction Co, Kara B. Mayberry, 1558 White Violet Way, Louisville, 7/11/2014, $506,900 Marc W. and Ali Karen Melaina, Monte Lunacek, 315 S. 43rd St., Boulder, 7/11/2014, $500,000 Michael and Kathryn Starbuck, Kennard and Jennifer White, 1692 Woodward St., Erie, 7/9/2014, $496,000 Linda J. Fergusson, Kieran and Dezideria Martinez Cain, 394 Rendezvous Drive, Lafayette, 7/14/2014, $495,000 Chimayo Cafe Land LLC, Roane Living Trust, 149 Second Ave., Niwot, 7/10/2014, $490,000 SCW Holdings III LLC, Benjamin and Kelly Merkel, 641 Cheyenne Drive, Lafayette, 7/14/2014, $489,900 Kingpin Redevelopment LLC, St. John Baptist Catholic Paris, 804 S.
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UVA Considers Loan For Financial Aid Program - 8NEWS - WRIC | News Where You Live

(AP) - A University of Virginia official says the administration is considering borrowing up to $100 million to boost its student financial aid program. Patrick Hogan, the university's executive vice president and chief operating officer, disclosed the discussions with a bank at a meeting of a Board of Visitors subcommittee Friday in Herndon. The university established an endowment last year to help cover the growing costs of the financial aid program, AccessUVa. Media outlets report that the loan would be intended to help meet the program's needs until the endowment is sufficiently large. Board member Kevin Fay said it takes about 10 years to build an endowment to a useful level. The cost of the need-based AccessUVa program has quadrupled to $40 million since it was established in 2004. (Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.) 301 Arboretum Place, Richmond
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Premier League youngsters face loan lottery - Yahoo Sports

Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Swansea City: Summer So Far By Steve Rothgeb 5 hours ago . View photo Steve Rothgeb examines a Swansea City club looking to bounce back after a difficult 2013/2014 season 2013-2014 Season Summary Sometimes in the Premier League, success can be a dangerous thing, particularly if you are a club without deep pockets. That was the story with Swansea City last season, as they reaped the reward of a superb 2012-2013 season with a ticket to European competition for the first time in over 20 years. Those added matches to their schedule stretched their squad thin though, and with their superstar from 2012-2013, Michu, missing a huge chunk of last season, the Swans found themselves at times in the middle of the campaign lingering just above the relegation zone. They managed to advance from the Group Stage in the Europa League but bowed out in the Round of 32 to Napoli , so they were left with a damaged side that now needed to focus on getting their mojo back in the PL. This led to a managerial change. Despite a new boss however, the Swans improved only just and it had very little to do with Michu, who was ineffective after returning from injury. The star of last season was the signing of Wilfried Bony , who developed into a top class striker with 16 league goals (25 in total) and carried the club to some results that helped steer them closer back to a mid-table finish. Swansea are once again the only Welsh side in the top flight, after a one year cameo by Cardiff City went south.
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Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Serbian government presents laws to speed up privatisation 6 hours ago Content preferences Done BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia's government adopted a new privatisation bill and proposed changes to bankruptcy law on Sunday to speed up the sale of loss-making state-owned companies. The laws, which have yet to be passed by parliament, are a pre-condition for the release of a $250 million World Bank budget support loan. Serbia's 2014 budget is forecast at seven percent of national output, but analysts warn it will exceed this target because state-owned companies including the country's sole steel plant and railway company will eat up 600 million euros (474.60 million pounds)of taxpayers' money. The new privatisation law will allow sale of assets in bilateral deals and the write-off of companies' debt to state-owned entities to make companies more attractive to potential buyers. Some critics say that the law will open the door to less transparent deals, but government officials argue it will speed up the sale of more than 600 troubled companies. The law on bankruptcy will make bankruptcy procedures more efficient and improve the business environment, the government said in a statement on Sunday.
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Serbian government presents laws to speed up privatisation - Yahoo Finance

Consider its latest offering: a public narrative-focused Consumer Complaint Database where anyone can tell their story about being swindled, duped or otherwise unfairly treated by any entity that falls under the purview of the agency. All those who said the CFPB would lead to the end of the financial world should be happy to learn that sky has not fallen. Despite the steep fines levied by the bureau, financial institutions continue to grow and grow, and the economy as a whole continues to improve, albeit too slowly. That said, the CFPB has faced more than a few challenges over the past three years. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, thundering hordes of financial services lobbyists and a host of conservative groups that vowed to crush Dodd-Frank along with its prescription for establishment of the CFPB, poured more than $1.3 billion into the effort. On a crusade to eviscerate the agency from the start, Senate Republicans blocked the nomination of Elizabeth Warren as its first director even though, or, perhaps more accurately, because it was her brainchild. Ironically, Congressional opposition became a proof of that old adage, Be careful what you wish for. While the GOP succeeded in blocking Professor Warren from the directorship of the CFPB, the agencys current director, Richard Cordray, now enjoys the strongest ally he could possibly hope for on the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee. Professor Warren is now Senator Warren. Of course, the CFPB continues to fend off bills -- now numbering in the double digits -- aimed at defunding, defanging or outright destroying the agency, including the Houses attempt to gut the CFPB and limit the directors purview through the so-called Consumer Financial Protection and Soundness Improvement Act. Despite vehement opposition, the CFPB continues to build on a solid track record that to date includes winning $4.6 billion in damages for 15 million consumers harmed by illegal practices.
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At 3 Years Old, the CFPB Gives Americans a Soapbox - ABC News

I used to, but now I know better," Kakuta complained last year. "Chelsea have far too many players. At my age, I need to play regularly, but if I go back I'll just get 10 minutes a month, and I don't want that." Chelsea loaned out 27 players last season -- with six going to Dutch side Vitesse, with whom the London club have a strategic partnership -- but technical director Michael Emenalo says the policy is well-intentioned. "The loan process at Chelsea has become very professional and a good deal of thought has gone into it," he told the club's website. View gallery Atalanta's Carlos Carmona tries to hold back Lazio's Gael Kakuta during an Italian Serie A m "We don't send players out because we are trying to recover some money. We send them because we want them to play and develop and we want to monitor them." Eight Chelsea youngsters have already agreed loan moves for the coming season. They include the Nigeria international Kenneth Omeruo, who has returned to Middlesbrough, and Thorgan Hazard, younger brother of first-team star Eden, who has joined Borussia Moenchengladbach . At Arsenal, 21-year-old forward Wellington Silva -- who played alongside Neymar for Brazil 's under-17s -- is gearing up for a fifth consecutive loan spell, this time at Spanish side Almeria. It is a path similar to the one trodden by Mexican forward Carlos Vela, who was successively loaned out to four clubs by Arsenal before finally leaving for Real Sociedad in 2012. Andros Townsend knows more than most about being a perpetual loanee, having played for nine different clubs before finally getting a chance to shine at Tottenham Hotspur, but he says the experience was worthwhile. "At a massive club like Tottenham opportunities will come, but not straight away," he told The Daily Telegraph earlier this year.
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