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Presidential hopeful unveils plans for strict curbs on Wall Street, distancing his stance from that of Hillary Clinton
Securities and Exchange Commission proposal would require public companies to disclose pay and performance for CEOs
Former Fed chief says byzantine regulatory structure ill-equipped to deal with financial system with too much risk
Numbers beat expectations, but decline in labor force participation and sluggish wage growth remain a concern
Federally-insured banking unit of BoA financed billions of dollars in such trades, according to WSJ report
Ratings giant accused of giving overly rosy assessments on risky mortgage securities in lead up to financial crisis
How does a president polish his reputation in the age of dark money and divided government?
The global lending body said governments around the world must pursue a more 'accommodative policy'
Big year for JPMC was dampened by 4th quarter dip in profits, partly due to ongoing legal trouble of its own making
European Central Bank is likely to take some sort of action later in January to stem the fall, head off recession
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Newborns illegally given up for adoption decades ago
The GOP presidential field continues to grow
Greek Tragedy: You’d never believe the biggest tax evaders in Greece
Teachers in Brazil protest over pension cuts
Obama taps Marine Gen. Dunford