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Fair, now 84, was looking to sell the family business, Fair Finance Co., which his father, Ray, started in Akron in 1934. Fair was just 8 years old at the time. And just eight years later, he was working side by side with his dad. The father-son partnership lasted for decades, with the senior Fair dying in April 1980 at age 82. Durham and Cochran were "really likable," Fair said of that first meeting in Cleveland in early 2000. "Durham is the shaker and the mover and attorney by education," Fair recalled. "Cochran, very affable, good-looking man. Both of them in their early 40s. [Cochran] was sort of the ...
Investigative reporting from the inner city to Wall Street to the United Nations This is the blogspot version InnerCityPress.com By Matthew R. Lee, Inner City Press www.innercitypress.com/toobig1unfair041110.html NEW YORK, April 11 -- In the first study of the just-released 2009 mortgage lending data, Bronx-based Fair Finance Watch has found that the Big Four survivors of the banking meltdown, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase, continued with high cost loans and had worse disparities by race and ethnicity in denials and higher-cost lending than before 2009, Fair ... Read More
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