SAN FRANCISCO - After two years of losses and a canceled public offering left it starved for operating capital, closed its mortgage operations and laid off more than 100 employees Monday.

A spokesman for the company said it would continue as a "homeownership destination" for borrowers and mortgage brokers.

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