Bankers are resisting the bill, calling it government overreach and saying lawmakers are creating a problem with a non-issue in Arizona.
Saule Omarova has withdrawn her nomination to head the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency after an ugly, and at times, incredibly personal, fight to be confirmed.
An ugly battle is being waged over Saule Omarova, President Biden's nominee to oversee most of the money held by banks. Her confirmation hearing is on Thursday.
Newly released data show that a long-time program that helps Black Forsyth County renters become homeowners is bearing fruit.
Burnout in investment banking has been a problem, but the pandemic has made it worse. A handful of firms are responding by offering extra perks and more pay. But more money may not be the answer.
The economy is tanking, with massive layoffs and bankruptcies. But the richest sliver of the country continues to do quite well. The latest evidence: Goldman Sachs said it's raking in money on trades.
The dramatic collapse of the U.S. economy is pummeling America's largest banks. Wells Fargo has posted its first quarterly loss since 2008 and JPMorgan Chase has set aside billions to cover bad loans.
In another sign of how the coronavirus crisis is disrupting commerce, banks are running short of nickels, dimes and quarters. The Federal Reserve, which supplies banks, is having to ration change.
Edward Barry and his team worked hard to give their customers a head start. The Small Business Administration is resuming its emergency loan program for small businesses with an extra $320 billion.