The CFPB begins the process of crafting a rule that would force banks to let consumers join class-action lawsuits instead of going to arbitration alone.
Millennials love selfies — and that’s made financial technology firms take notice.
This change might make bad tipping harder once restaurants adopt chip technology.
New FDIC data says finding a branch near is getting harder as branch networks keep shrinking.
Most banks make big money charging their customers overdraft fees, but some banks seem to have based their entire business model on it. Can that last?
In addition to marital fallout, millions of Ashley Madison users are at risk of ID theft.
Citizens Bank has been ordered to pay millions in fines and restitution after a government investigation found it improperly handled consumer deposit errors.
Consumers who try to swipe chip cards at the register, rather than dipping, are starting to get rejected at major retailers.
An artist who once taught classes at MIT was sentenced to a year in prison for a bank robbery he claims was perpetrated in the name of art.
It’s been five years since the Dodd-Frank Act became law, and the banking industry, and how it treats consumers, has changed in some big ways.