Wells Fargo Faulted for Discriminatory, Illegal Lending Practices
The bank’s Community Reinvestment Act rating is slashed two levels, triggers restrictions that may hamper company’s growth.
Wells Fargo Reaches $110M Settlement for Fake Accounts
Agreement may cover more than 2 million unauthorized accounts; judge must still approve nationwide resolution of claims.
United Capital’s FinLife Partners Reaches $3B in Less Than a Year
The wealth management operating system is an answer to consumers' desire to have digitized financial services.
EpiPen Maker Taps Ex-SEC Commish Gallagher as Top Lawyer
Gallagher moves to Mylan from Washington-based consulting firm Patomak Global Partners.
Bull Market Not Over but ‘Broader Correction’ Coming: Bob Doll
Despite concerns about Trump's pro-growth agenda, there are solid economic fundamentals and optimism to support it, the strategist says.
IRS Issues Excise Tax Relief Related to DOL Fiduciary Rule
The guidance syncs IRS’ enforcement of excise tax rules on prohibited transactions with DOL's temporary enforcement policy.
El-Erian: The ‘New Normal’ Is Over
As the "new normal" comes to an end, the economist says, politicians will be in the driver’s seat — will they speed ahead or crash?
Former Obama Advisor Jarrett Elected to Ariel Investments' Board
Valerie Jarrett, the longest serving senior advisor to Obama, has a background in both the private and public sectors.
Investors Struggle to Choose the Right ETF
Many investors are daunted by deciding which ETF to buy, E-Trade reports.
Salesforce Announces AI-Driven Enhancement for CRM
Salesforce’s targeted CRM for financial services firms has new artificial intelligence and natural language processing capabilities.