The good news is that Congress just passed a massive spending bill. The bad news is that critics say that Citigroup wrote some of the provisions in the bill, giving Wall Street some help in ditching Dodd-Frank.
The Government Accountability Office report reviewed the costs and benefits of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act.
In the first presidential debate, the candidates traded charges on financial reform, each alleging that the other was letting big banks off the hook.
A group of banks is joining together to make anonymous contributions to the 2012 election. Will they impact your vote?
The controversy over money market fund reform may be over for the moment as the SEC announced plans to scrap a vote on new proposals.
A U.K.-based bank agreed to pay a record $340 million to settle charges that it helped Iranian nationals skirt U.S. sanctions.
A former Citigroup CEO now says the nation’s biggest banks should be split up. But will it ever happen?
This week Moody’s hit 15 of the world’s biggest banks with credit rating downgrades. Here’s what it means for you.
The FDIC is figuring out how to take down America’s biggest banks should they become insolvent.
By losing $2 billion loss in the derivatives market, JPMorgan and its CEO may have ensured regulators will press harder for trading restrictions.