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Wells Fargo is a nationally recognized name, but there are some things you didn't know about this megabank.
The Government Accountability Office issues the first half of its study on subsidies for the too-big-to-fail banks.
General Electric is spinning off its retail-banking operations in an attempt to simplify a sprawling business model. Here's what GE's move means to consumers and investors.
How Visa and MasterCard can do shareholders right by doing the world good.
All of the turmoil surrounding Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan Chase has begun to show its effects through how employees perceive this once highly esteemed company and CEO.
The presumptive next Fed chief sounds the right notes on the opening day of her confirmation hearing. That soothes investors in finance behemoths Bank of America and Citigroup. Meanwhile, Wells Fargo's CFO waxes optimistic about the housing market, and JPMorgan Chase suffers a social media #EpicFail.
The biggest stories from Thursday’s world of finance.
American International Group is already hitting back hard at Bank of America, and Morgan Stanley could be next on the lawsuit docket. Is a longer list of targets to be expected?
The trend toward huge penalties in mortgage-related lawsuits could spell more trouble for the big banks.