The National Football League’s Finance Committee has unanimously approved a bid by Terry and Kim Pegula to purchase the Buffalo Bills.

The finance committee approval, which came Wednesday afternoon, following a private meeting and vetting sessions between committee members and the Pegulas. The committee’s action is the first step for the Pegulas to purchase the franchise.

NFL officials confirmed the committee’s approval.

The final step is expected on Oct. 7 when NFL owners hold their fall meeting in New York City. Twenty-four of the league’s 32 owners must support the purchase.

The Pegulas, who own the Buffalo Sabres, emerged last week from...

MANILA – A congressman wants a malversation case filed against Social Welfare Secretary Corazon Dinky Soliman over the DSWDs alleged failure to liquidate P5.2 billion in funds.

In addition, ACT Teachers party-list Rep. Antonio Tinio wants the Department of Social Welfare and Developments (DSWD) budget slashed by 20% and for Soliman to quit her post.

The congressman quizzed the DSWD Tuesday night during the agencys budget deliberation before the plenary of the House of Representatives.

Citing annual audit reports of the Commission on Audit and recent data from the DSWD, Tinio said DSWD still has to account for P5.2 billion worth of conditional cash transfer (CCT)...

PANAMA CITY BEACH– Bay District School Board Member Steve Moss will be visiting middle and high schools all week in honor of National Financial Adviser week.

Hes speaking to students from 6th grade to high school about investments, stocks, and bonds.

Moss says hes hoping students walk away from the class with at least the basic knowledge of how to handle money, and how to balance a checkbook.

Moss says, In school right now we teach them what is a quadratic equation, whats an isosceles triangle, things like that, that they might not use in everyday life but things about saving, staying out of debt, those type of things are things they will use.

A bill requiring...

Biotechs arent the only hot healthcare stocks. Just look at pharmaceutical distributor and healthcare technology giant McKesson Corporation (NYSE: MCK) . Its up around 20% so far this year and has more than doubled over the last couple of years. Can these winning ways continue? Here are three reasons McKessons stock could rise even more.

PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Hundreds hit the pavement Saturday to raise money for children with special needs.

The Robbie Foundation provides adaptive equipment and assistive technology to kids with developmental disabilities. The annual 5K race helps raise the money to buy those items, which arent covered by health insurance.

Families who have benefitted say the Robbie Foundation has made a huge difference in their lives. Thats why many want to give back by participating in the race. Jessica Creedons 9 year-old son, Jacob, received an iPad from the Robbie Foundation. Creedon says it was important for her to give back.

To help them not only in providing equipment...

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Floyd Mayweather extended his professional record to 47-0 with a unanimous-decision victory over Marcos Maidana on Saturday evening and was fully deserving in his Las Vegas triumph.

The rematch didnt ascend to the same levels of excitement as the first meeting between this pair four months ago, but two fighters of this quality are always culpable to cause drama.

The storyline was no different at the MGM Grand, and with Money walking away as an undefeated champion once again, we break down some of those highlights that impacted the bout most heavily.

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South Arkansas bankruptcies by county for the week ended Tuesday, September 9, 2014, according to the US Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Arkansas.


Neca L. Roy, 1323 Mallard Street, Magnolia; Chapter 13; bankruptcy filed September 4. Less than $50,000 in assets. Less than $50,000 in liabilities.


Latoyya L. Johnson, 1258 Hope Road, Stamps; Chapter 13; bankruptcy filed September 8.


Lonnie Earl Marshall Jr. and Laura Jean Marshall, PO Box 831, Bearden; Chapter 13; bankruptcy filed September 5.

Joseph William Robbins, 2032 Mount Holly Road, Camden; Chapter 13; bankruptcy filed September 9.



Assistant States Attorney Diane Michalak sought the jail sentence, saying Horky took 50 unauthorized cash advances totaling $10,985.53 between July 2012 and November 2012. She also made 26 withdrawals, totaling $9,838.32, from a club bank account that she had access to and transferred that money to pay for the cash advances she had taken on the credit card.

She told investigators she got into a jam and made a mistake, Michalak told Guerin. I would argue she made that mistake 76 times over an eight-month period.

Horkys attorney, Tim Martin, said his client is remorseful and embarrassed by her actions and already has made full restitution. He is seeking a sentence of probation...

There are a few reasons why youngsters might be giving up on credit cards, Bankrate finds: new rules make it tougher for the youngest borrowers (people under 21) to open cards, meaning its harder to introduce an 18-year-old to credit card use. In addition, Americans in general have dialed back their credit card use.

But its also that Millennials choose to pay in other ways. A recent study from Credit found that young adults choose debit cards to credit cards by a margin of two to one. More importantly,...