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'How can I survive?': Cabbies slam NCUA's medallion loan sale


The credit union regulator's portfolio sale dashed the hopes of a group of New York taxi drivers looking for relief.


Three executive defections, one angry investor at New York bank


Hanover Bancorp is facing a proxy battle after its CFO and two other bankers bolted to a rival.


NBT in New York buying employee benefits firm


The company agreed to acquire Alliance Benefit Group of Illinois, which has more than 600 clients and 40,000 plan participants.


Sterling in N.Y. taps insider as its new bank president


Luis Massiani has been the company's chief financial officer since 2012.


Food delivery apps to blame for stressed restaurant loans: BankUnited


As more consumers order in using such services as Uber Eats and Grubhub, restaurants are selling fewer desserts, drinks and other high-margin items, said CEO Rajinder Singh.


New York City moves to ban cashless stores


The city would join San Francisco and Philadelphia among cities that prohibit stores and restaurants from only accepting electronic payments.


Signature chief expects stable margins, volatile provisions in 2020


While the New York bank has a handle on deposit pricing, Joseph DePaolo said a new accounting standard will play tricks with how it addresses credit quality.


Why this regional bank is dumping N.Y. multifamily loans


People's United in Connecticut is letting the loans run off its books as it invests in higher-yielding commercial loans.


In rebuke of CFPB, states look to get tough on debt collectors


In another sign of state officials trying to outdo the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, governors in California and New York want greater authority to license and oversee the debt collection industry.


First Republic adding half-dozen branches in Manhattan


The San Francisco bank is also bulking up in Florida and Wyoming, no-tax states where many of its affluent clients have retired or have second homes.