The first of a new regular feature, "The Rundown" is a collection of the day's biggest local and national business-centric headlines. Check out what we've tracked down today:
Goal of buyers: 'Steal a mansion' at foreclosure auctions Buyers have been taking advantage of the foreclosure market by buying homes at low prices. Now mansions are being bought at prices that some say are a "steal."
Stop that tow truck! The Charlotte City Council takes on aggressive towing companies.
Mecklenburg County lowers number of job cuts County projections have allowed officials to cut less workers.
Boston a record draw for Charlotte Chamber The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce's visit to Boston this week has a whole lot to do with the influence of Bank of Americas CEO.
Federal judge dissolves foreclosure injunction against Bank of America A federal judge ruled that Bank of America can continue foreclosing homes in Utah.
Top Wachovia exec warned bank against deal with Golden West David Carroll, of Wells Fargo Co., says he was ignored.
Crescent Resources sues former CEO over payment Art Fields, a former Duke Energy executive, is being slapped with the suit.