FDIC sues former leaders of Everetts Frontier Bank April 29, 2013
Today in History April 29, 2013
Off the Wire: With few other outlets for complaints, inmates review prisons on Yelp April 28, 2013
The Buzz puts a lot of emphasis on atmosphere at the places we patronize. So the next time we're hauled off to the hoosegow, our Yelp review will note the artistry of the jail tattoo staff, the depth of the prison wine list and whether the tin cups make a satisfying rattle against the cell bars.
Frontier justice: For the second time in less than a week, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is going after former officials of a failed county-based bank. The FDIC is seeking $46 million from former Frontier Bank officials.
Sadly, as this is a civil and not a criminal case, we likely won't get the benefit of the failed bankers' reviews of the county jail.
Don't know much about history: On this day in 1913, Gideon Sundback of Hoboken, N.J., received his patent for the "separable fastener," later known as the zipper.
Prior to the zipper's invention, whispered advice to "XYB" just confused the person with the open fly.
- FDIC sues former leaders of Everetts Frontier Bank 4/29/13
- Today in History 4/29/13
- Off the Wire: With few other outlets for complaints, inmates review prisons on Yelp 4/28/13
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