The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is launching a lawsuit against one of the nation’s largest...
Lawmakers and administration are watching Mt. Gox developments closely.
Transcripts suggest Fed was caught off guard by severity of crisis.
The nutritional supplement company Herbalife has mounted a defense to questions from Sen. Ed Markey...
The Treasury Department reported Tuesday that China and Japan sold off some of their vast holdings...
The new guidelines seek to assuage banks wary of holding marijuana-linked money.
Some Democrats want to see top Federal Reserve officials held more accountable when the central...
The CFPB will look out for lenders that it believes are targeting people with risky loans.
The victims of Bernard Madoff's ponzi scheme will recover another $543 million under a settlement...
Richard Cordray is reprising his role as a quiz show champion next Wednesday.
Breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus and Michaels have both consumers and lawmakers on edge.
Major players in finance are backing President Obama’s new "myRA" savings option.
Credit Suisse CEO said any effort to skirt U.S. tax laws was done without bank's approval.
Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) has called in a group of Swiss bankers as part of his long-running...
The documens provide a new glimpse into the turmoil of the financial crisis.
The estimated costs do not include fraudulent charges.
Grassley says the Treasury Department is overstepping its bounds.
Cybersecurity has to be looked at "comprehensively," officials said.
Better Markets says the record settlement with JPMorgan fails to hold the bank accountable.
Congressional Democrats are coalescing behind the idea.
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are optimistic about new cyber protections.
The Treasury Department has decided that people who mint or invest bitcoins do not need to register...
Officials say the leaks have eroded trust in the private sector.
Charlie Shrem, 24, was arrested at John F. Kennedy Airport.