A criminal case alleging two Ramapo, N.Y. officials misled investors and credit rating agencies in connection with municipal bonds would go to trial on Jan. 9 under the timeline the federal judge has put forth for the proceedings.
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Wells Fargo Securities and Barclays Capital have agreed to pay the Rhode Island Commerce Corp. $25.6 million in a proposed settlement of a lawsuit involving a loan to former videogame company 38 Studios, the state announced Tuesday. more »
Tension is high inside the administrative offices of Penn Hills School District as investigators dig for clues about how the three-school system fell into a self-inflicted financial debacle rife with allegations of poor business decisions, missing internal controls and possible criminal conduct. more »
Paterson, N.J.'s increased preliminary property tax levy of $149.2 million is a credit positive for New Jersey's third-largest city because it eliminates the threat of major immediate cash shortfalls, according to Moody's Investors Service. more »
Dean Fuleihan, New York Citys Director of Management and Budget, sits down with The Bond Buyers Senior Marker Reporter Chip Barnett to talk about the citys fiscal 2017 budget. Fuleihan also discusses the citys aging infrastructure and what it takes to get the right balance between maintaining the old and building the new.