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The Republican author of a bill to roll back Obama-era financial regulations has agreed to remove a controversial provision concerning debit-card...
Puerto Rico says it owns $400 million in cash being held by a bondholder trustee, raising an issue at the heart of the territory’s $74 billion...
Several federal judges hearing a constitutional challenge to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s structure yesterday called into...
Offshore drilling services company Seadrill Ltd. has made "significant progress" with its banks on the terms of a debt restructuring plan...
A federal appeals court on Wednesday sharply questioned the powers of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s in-house courts in a case...
Westinghouse Electric Co. has fielded interest from those looking at buying Toshiba Corp.’s majority stake in the bankrupt U.S. nuclear...
Federal Reserve Board officials said at a meeting early this month that they wanted to see evidence of stronger economic growth before continuing to...
A relatively paltry $16 million has ignited a skirmish among bondholders over who will get paid first and who does not in Puerto Rico’s $74...
A fierce internal House GOP dispute over debit-card swipe fees is threatening to delay a sweeping Republican bill to scale back banking regulations...
A federal appeals court today will consider whether the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) that was created after the 2008 financial crisis...