Financial reform advocates are concerned the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is losing its autonomy.
Denver attorney Michael Burg says consumer fraud bureau repeal vote is a bad news for consumers.
The U.S. Senate voted 51-50 to undo rules preventing financial institutions from forcing customers with disputes into arbitration.
Homebuyers lose life savings in wire fraud transaction, sue bank, realtor, mortgage & title companies
Scott Shuler teaches kids about the importance of finances by telling them about the time he bought a $300 burrito.
The board of directors has blamed two executives for its fake accounts scandal last year.
About a dozen police officers then asked them to leave and they complied.
Over 150 separate financial institutions hold the Trump Organization's debt. Experts say that's a conflict-of-interest nightmare.
America's largest banks will launch their own mobile payment app next year to compete with popular existing apps like Venmo.
A Justice Department investigation found the violations spanned more than seven years.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is forfeiting $41 million in stock in the wake of his company's fake account scandal.
Former Denver mayor Federico Peña is taking heat for not stopping practices that resulted in bogus accounts at Wells Fargo.