Hudson City Savings Bank is accused of discriminating against black and Hispanic residents.
The Securities and Exchange Commission advanced rules Tuesday aimed at reducing risk in the...
Nine House Democrats are circulating a letter raising concerns about the rule.
A federal judge ordered financial regulators Wednesday to move forward on a long-delayed rule to...
The National Black Chamber of Commerce represents 100,000 businesses.
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) on Monday announced steps aimed at expanding credit to...
A pair of Citigroup affiliates have agreed to pay $180 million to hedge fund clients who saw their...
The group says China's currency manipulation creates an unfair advantage.
ITG Inc. and its affiliate, Alternet Securities, used client information to invest against them.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is airing concerns that a new communications tool developed by...
The government wants to create a new and complex set of rules governing financial advice.
Consumers in states that prohibit payday lending had no obligation to repay loans.
The enforcement action is part of the SEC's increasing cybersecurity oversight.
Rep. Scott Garrett's bill would open up meetings of the Financial Stability Oversight Council.
"I think it is something we will discuss at the G-20," Jack Lew says.
Senate Democrats are looking to rein in corporate political spending during the 2016 campaigns.
Less than half of all companies required to track down the source of key minerals potentially...
The businesses said they had difficulty engaging constructively with the agency.
Mark Wetjen is resigning from the financial regulator at the end of the month.
Financial regulators determined a bank repeatedly failed to give customers their full deposits.
Hillary Clinton has declined to take a position on reinstating the law.
Democrats' push on wages polls better than Republicans' broader message of economic growth.
The regulations require disclosure of the pay gap between top execs and average workers.
The bill to cap CEO pay at $255,000 advanced on a 57-1 vote.