A trade group survey found that the hack cost about $5.10 per new credit card issued.
Yellen used the same title working as outgoing Chairman Ben Bernanke’s deputy.
Jon Corzine’s efforts to have a lawsuit filed against him by a federal regulator dismissed have come up short.
Retailers and banks have assembled heavyweight legal teams to duke it out over fees.
Three House Democrats are prepping legislation they hope will attract bipartisan support in overhauling the housing finance system.
Reps. John Delaney (Md.), John Carney (Del.), and Jim Himes (Conn.) have outlined a proposal they plan to...
Ben Bernanke, in his last public event as Fed chairman, said he sees no evidence that stimulus programs are destabilizing the system.
In the Senate's last act for the week, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) filed a motion to end debate on legislation that would delay scheduled flood insurance rate increases.
The Volcker Rule may be the law of the land, but that does not mean critics won’t stop pushing to tweak it.
Financial regulators signed off on a Volcker Rule carve-out for a particular type of security often used by small banks.
The Federal Reserve is seeking input on whether it should impose tougher limits on banks’ ability to invest in physical commodities like oil, gas and metals.