The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is under fire, and Barney Frank is standing up to defend it.
Jamie Dimon admitted he received "a lot of complaints" after agreeing to join President Trump's CEO advisory council.
More store closings are coming to a mall near you.
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The reputation of America's central bank took a major hit Tuesday.
Hey, Alexa, can anything stop Amazon?
Bernie Sanders is not giving up on his push for free college tuition.
Women are on average paid 20 percent less than men, wage reports say.
Food fight!More Americans are choosing to eat at home since grocery prices are pretty cheap. That's been hurting profits for restaurant companies -- and it might lead to more mergers because these chains must become more competitive.
Staples stock is soaring on reports that the company is entertaining offers to be purchased.
President Trump has said that Americans "don't care at all" about his tax returns, which he has refused to publicly release, bucking a 40-year tradition observed by U.S. presidents and presidential nominees.
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General Motors CEO Mary Barra took a large pay cut last year, but she still earned more than any auto CEO in the world.
Salesforce announced last year that it spent $3 million to close the gap between what men and women make. Now the tech company is doubling down on its commitment to equity.
Spain's highest court has seized a huge real estate portfolio belonging to Rifaat Al Assad, the uncle of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad.
It's been a great couple of days for Elon Musk.
Google is pulling out all the stops to win back advertisers after a big brand boycott last month over extremist content.
Major League Baseball announced on Monday it is dropping Pepsi in exchange for a new deal with the soda company's biggest rival: Coca-Cola.
What do you get when you combine two of the most iconic Internet brands? One incredibly bland corporate name.
The bromance between the leaders of Pittsburgh and Uber has hit another rough patch.
Boeing has bagged another big deal to sell airplanes to Iran.
The Department of Labor has ordered Wells Fargo to rehire a whistleblower the bank fired in 2010 after he reported suspected fraud -- and to cough up $5.4 million.