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Powerball winning numbers worth $160 million

Powerball winning numbers worth $160 million
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

A vacation to a cooler climate would make a lot of people feel better about the heat these days. And a nice potential financial windfall may be coming up for someone Wednesday night that just might make that happen.

There was no winner in last Saturday night’s Powerball drawing, so the jackpot has rolled over to $160 million for Wednesday evening. The lump sum payout will be $85.2 million.

The Powerball jackpot will be the highest since June 1st when a group of New York Costco workers won over $200 million. World Lottery News reports that four players matched five balls without the Powerball, and each collecting $250,000. None of them were from New Jersey.

 

Credit Suisse Securities to repurchase $275.6 million in securities from New Jersey investors

Credit Suisse Securities to repurchase $275.6 million in securities from New Jersey investors

Will pay state $1 million in penalties

The state Bureau of Securities has signed a final consent order requiring Credit Suisse Securities (USA) to repurchase auction-rate securities from New Jersey cli...

N.J. homeless man, Richard Kreimer, earned nearly $400,000

N.J. homeless man, Richard Kreimer, earned nearly $400,000
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

A native of Morristown who is now homeless has just filed his 18th lawsuit since 1988. Richard Kreimer, 62, has basically made a career out of lawsuits.

The New York Pos...

N.J. Consumer Affairs takes action against 7 illegal mortgage adjusters

N.J. Consumer Affairs takes action against 7 illegal mortgage adjusters

Seeking $49,434 in restitution for struggling homeowners

As part of the state attorney general‘s office’s on-going efforts to thwart fraudulent “mortgage loan modification” enterprises, the Division of...

How to sell your house when hardly anyone is buying

How to sell your house when hardly anyone is buying
BY WARREN BOROSON
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
BOROSON ON MONEY

“How’s business?” I asked a real-estate agent recently.

“Terrible,” she replied.

Wow. For a real-estate agent to admit that things are less than hun...

Failure of Congress to fund FAA leads to furlough of 651 N.J. federal workers

Failure of Congress to fund FAA leads to furlough of 651 N.J. federal workers

N.J. AFL-CIO president says more unemployment last thing state needs

BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The furlough of as many as 629 employees at the William J. Hughes Technical Center in Egg Harb...

Comparing prices of N.J. utility companies can be difficult

Comparing prices of N.J. utility companies can be difficult
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Since August 1999 under New Jersey’s energy deregulation law, the supply and delivery portions of your natural gas or electric bill have been separated, allowing custom...

What the debt ceiling means for small businesses

What the debt ceiling means for small businesses
BY ROHIT ARORA
ON SMALL BUSINESS

President Obama is working with Congress to arrange a short-term deal to prevent a financial default on Aug. 2, but only if a larger and still elusive deficit-cutting ag...

Online gambling moving forward in New Jersey

Online gambling moving forward in New Jersey
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

State Senator Raymond Lesniak believes New Jersey should legally be able to allow online gambling inside its own borders.

According to the Courier Post, Lesniak plans to ...

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