A new bill designed to end the danger of banks being “too big to fail” would force megabanks to carry more capital or shrink themselves down to size.
An improbable bipartisan push to rein in megabanks is gathering steam on Capitol Hill.
The Government Accountability Office report reviewed the costs and benefits of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act.
The Federal Reserve proposed new rules to govern U.S. operations of large interconnected foreign banks.
Tips from individuals can help the SEC crack down on fraud and corporate wrongdoing.
Fearing a backlash, Bank of America delays plans to impose a flat monthly fee on basic checking.
In the next few months, banks will be subjected to a stress test that will pit their balance sheets against an economic obstacle course.
Several prominent critics of the banking industry won election or re-election Tuesday.
Regardless of how you feel about the results of the 2012 election, it’s a good bet your bank’s not too crazy about them.
A bipartisan research organization plans to analyze Dodd-Frank and recommend improvements.