By Alan Pyke on October 21, 2013
The eye-popping settlement may not prove to be that big a deal for the bank's balance sheet, but it does leave the door open to criminal charges.
By Alan Pyke on October 17, 2013
"London Whale" fines now top a billion dollars after the latest agreement.
By Bryce Covert on September 11, 2013
The problem of "too big to fail" banks remains a concern five years after they had to be bailed out.
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By Alan Pyke on August 19, 2013
A key Wall Street reform measure will cost banks $440 million.
By Alan Pyke on August 16, 2013
It's not just tax policy that's driving inequality.
By Zack Beauchamp on August 14, 2013
The states are waking up to the threat Wall Street still poses to the global economy.
By Bryce Covert on August 9, 2013
Making the bank admit fault would be a reversal of course from recent settlements.
By Bryce Covert on July 31, 2013
The cost of the financial crisis is likely far higher -- and some negative impacts can't even be quantified.
By Alan Pyke on July 30, 2013
In two weeks, two megabanks have been caught manipulating electricity markets.
By Alan Pyke on July 26, 2013
Switzerland's largest bank is the third to settle with U.S. housing authorities, with 15 other firms still fighting mortgage fraud suits.