The director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray, is catching heat from GOP operatives -- most recently Trump loyalist Corey Lewandowski -- who are looking to gut the agency.
A growing bipartisan alliance wants to restore Glass-Steagall legislation, which ensured that investment banks and commercial banks couldn't cohabit. But what will the president do?
The president has ordered a rollback of Wall Street regulations, including the Dodd-Frank Act, passed in 2010 to prevent another too-big-to-fail banking crisis.
Protesters on Tuesday registered their displeasure with the megabank's leadership at the Florida site of Wells Fargo's annual shareholder meeting.
In a clip for NowThis News, the comedian tells of a personal financial move she made in reaction to President Trump's green light for the Dakota Access pipeline.
The U.S. attorney fired by President Trump has been acclaimed for tackling corruption. But his treatment of figures involved in the Great Recession was far less confrontational.
A three-judge panel said Tuesday that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, brainchild of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, has an unconstitutional structure.
Instead of setting up further rounds of CEO perp walks for the TV cameras, Congress should give the Justice Department and regulatory agencies enough funding to do their jobs.
The recent kerfuffle over Bernie Sanders supposedly not knowing how to bust up the big banks says far more about the threat he poses to the Democratic establishment and its Wall Street wing than it does about the candidate himself.
BlackRock Inc. is the world’s largest manager of financial assets—five times larger than Goldman Sachs. And its CEO, Larry Fink, and his team are poised to take over a Clinton Treasury Department.