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Bridgeport nurse charged with Medicaid fraud in Westchester

Registered nurse Collins Anyanwu-Mueller is accused of fraudulently claiming more than $390,000 from Medicaid for private-duty services in two Westchester homes.

Homeland Foundation agrees to repay improper grants

New York attorney general cites former Homeland president; a reported Connecticut homeowner implicated.

State sues Wells Fargo for mortgage servicing

New York’s attorney general drops similar legal action against Bank of America.

Banks blamed for foreclosure surge

Court filings through August against borrowers in default represent a 62 percent increase from that same period last year.

Career schools operator fails state exam, to pay millions

A for-profit education company will pay $10.25 million after earning failing grades from the New York attorney general's office.

Post-Sandy gas price gouger fined $50K

A Hudson Valley gas dealer and supplier will pay the largest penalty to date for price-gouging in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Aide charged with manslaughter in care center death

Attorney General says elderly woman was dropped to the floor; equipment misused.

High-speed trades had a head start

New York gets agreement with Thomson Reuters to stop select data release.

Rethinking nonprofits

Bill targets red tape, embraces email.

State sues HSBC, alleging foot-dragging for profit

Attorney general says bank must hasten foreclosure conferences.

A.G. quashes nonprofit-election connection

Schneiderman takes aim at groups that may be playing politics below the radar.

Attorney general accuses banks of mortgage violations

Schneiderman threatens to sue over national mortgage settlement allegations.

Deals & Deeds

A poster publisher relocates to Mount Vernon, and more recent real estate deals closed in Westchester County.

Solar firm signs on: Deals & Deeds

A California solar energy company leases an office and industrial building in Elmsford, and more real estate deals in Westchester.

State awards homeowner protection aid

Hudson Valley agencies will receive $1.7 million to help residents avoid foreclosure on their homes.