GE is getting out of the lending business, a major profit generator, as it focuses more on its industrial business and sheds a massive financial unit.
The wealthiest Super-Bowl-winning quarterback earned his fortune off the field, and you can learn from how Roger Staubach approached that business.
Walmart is introducing a service allowing customers to pick up their tax refunds in cash at about 3,000 stores nationwide.
The U.S. Supreme Court declines to take up a challenge by retailers to the Federal Reserve's controversial rules for debit card swipe fees.
JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. bank by assets, reports a 7 percent drop in fourth quarter earnings, coming short of what analysts estimated.
JPMorgan Chase agrees to settle class action litigation arising from Bear Stearns' sale of $17.58 billion of mortgage securities that proved defective.
The evidence is clear: In a study formatted as a sting, advisers too often recommend going for more investment activity.
Investors pay financial advisers $600 billion a year to beat the market. A new report says instead we should pay them to manage risk, income and liability.
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JPMorgan Chase says it will cut more than 3,000 jobs than previously expected in its retail banking unit.
Bank of America reported a quarterly loss applicable to common shareholders, largely due to a huge mortgage settlement with the U.S. government.
JPMorgan Chase reported lower-than-estimated third-quarter profit Tuesday as unexpected legal expenses of $1 billion offset strength in other areas.
Groupe BPCE, one of France's largest banks, is teaming up with social network Twitter this week to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets.
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Financial history is full of people who predicted disasters that didn't happen and trends that went the opposite direction.
JPMorgan Chase is investigating a possible cyberattack and working with law enforcement authorities to determine the scope, the company says.
Fidelity just settled allegations from its workers about its 401(k) plan. Their issues should inspire you to check up on your employer's plan.
Remember the prepaid debit cards touted by the Kardashians, Magic Johnson, Suze Orman and the like? Here's why their star power failed.
A whistleblower suit by a former tax attorney alleges Vanguard has operated as an illegal tax shelter for nearly 40 years. The fund giant denies the claim.
Visa and MasterCard make billions by facilitating transactions. A suit over excessive interchange fees was settled, but some big players have backed out.
General Electric is targeting late July for the initial public offering of its credit card business, named Synchrony Financial, the conglomerate says.
JPMorgan Chase says its second-quarter profit fell 8 percent on a drop in trading of bonds and currencies hit revenue in its securities trading business.
Bank of America could pay $12 billion to settle probes by the Justice Department and several states into the bank's alleged handling of shoddy mortgages.