Key senators agree on Fannie-Freddie overhaul
By MARCY GORDON
A plan to phase out government-controlled mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and instead use mainly private insurers to backstop home loans has advanced in Congress.
Credit Suisse now owns most of Tamarack
Credit Suisse was the only bidder on three big sections of the struggling Tamarack Resort, and now owns almost every part of the ski resort.
Des Moines OKs master plan for business park
By JOURNAL STAFF
Plans for an 89-acre business park in Des Moines have cleared another hurdle.
Open house looks at next 20 years
The city is holding an open house on March 24 to discuss expected growth over the next 20 years.
Inspectors find construction flaws at Bangladesh garment factories
By JULHAS ALAM
Problems include cracked support beams, extra floors built without permits, exposed electrical cables chewed by rats, overly heavy structures on roofs, substandard building materials and an unauthorized helicopter pad.
Idaho tax incentive bill moves forward
A tax incentive plan aimed at luring business to expand in Idaho is headed to the Senate floor despite some lawmakers' concerns that it could permit cronyism.
Israel doubles West Bank home building
Palestinians have sought the West Bank — and east Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip — for an independent state.
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