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The $2 billion trading loss at JPMorgan Chase has renewed calls for stricter oversight of Wall Street banks. Two years after Congress passed an overhaul of financial rules, many of those changes have yet to be finalized.
The Republican candidates and a few independent groups have spent nearly $10 million on television and radio ads in seven states that vote on Super Tuesday.
Holiday Inn's parent company is developing a new hotel chain aimed at travelers who want to work out and eat healthfully on the road.
There always have been bank failures and always will be. The trick is to allow sufficient risk to promote economic growth but not so much that it leads to widespread failures and financial panic. It's clear from the three major banking crises in the past 40 years that we have not achieved this balancing act.
President Obama's appointments to two key agencies during the Senate's year-end break ensures that GOP senators will return to work Monday in an angry and fighting mood.
The largest banks must show how they would break up their assets if they were in danger of failing, under a rule approved Tuesday.
The Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday backed a proposal to bar banks from trading for their own profit instead of their clients.
Counties across the United States are discovering that illegal or questionable mortgage paperwork is far more widespread than first thought, tainting the deeds of tens of thousands of homes dating to the late 1990s.
The Washington Times wants the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corp. (PBGC) reforms to avoid a taxpayer bailout ("The coming pension earthquake," Comment & Analysis,Wednesday). I couldn't agree more.