For banks working on their post-financial crisis image, catering to poor clients may lead to good will from regulators, the NYT reports.» Read More
Where do U.S. banks stand against their European peers? Jeff Harte, Sandler O'Neill principal, weighs in.
Nik Wallenda became the first man ever to walk directly across the Niagara Falls on a tightrope. The mayor of Niagara Falls, Paul Dyster, weighs in.
Larry Kantor, Head of Research, Barclays says investors are positioned nervously ahead of the elections in Greece this weekend and they are right to do so.
Vishnu Varathan, Market Economist, Mizuho Corporate Bank says inflation isn't a big problem in China right now.
The FHA plans to sell bad loans held by the federal housing authority to investors in bulk deals beginning in September of this year, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses China's unexpected interest rate cut and explains why he "would rather be in Beijing listening to their Fed Chief than in Washington listen to ours."
A new survey by Citibank finds that 23 percent of small business owners have gone without pay for at least a year as they work to keep their businesses afloat in a tough economy.
The "Mad Money" host decides to break down the two possible worst-case scenarios investors he thinks the U.S. could face in 2012.
While Hispanic business leaders are trying to slow a nationwide drive toward stricter regulation of payday lenders, a new model, Progreso Financiero sees itself as a home-grown remedy for the credit drought in Hispanic communities, with fairer terms and stricter lending requirements.
Mortgage rates are already at a record low, but if QE3 happens, these rates could sink further. Ken Rosen, UC Berkeley Fisher Center for Real Estate; Melissa Cohn, Manhattan Mortgage; and CNBC's Diana Olick, offer insight.
Small businesses in states that were hit hardest by the collapse of the housing market — including Nevada, New Mexico and Florida — are having an especially hard time getting access to the capital they need to grow and hire.
Ed Clark, TD Bank Group president and CEO, discusses how Canadian operations are performing compared to the U.S., the state of mortgages, and JPMorgan's trading loss.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest details from the FDIC on the health of the banking industry.
Douglas Yearley, Toll Brothers CEO, discusses his company's earnings data and the state of the housing market.
You're not pitching the upside--you're alleviating fears about downside risk. Make sure you know the difference.
Neil Bluhm, Walton Street Capital founder; Allen Smith, Prudential Real Estate Investors CEO; and Steve LeBlanc, Texas Teachers, discuss the current real estate market and where to find attractive returns relative to fixed income.
Christopher Botsford, CEO, ADM Capital talks about a recently-introduced lending facility aimed at providing loans to mid-sized companies.
Discussing the drama surrounding JPMorgan's trading loss and how to make money in the banking industry, with Matt O'Connor, Deutsche Bank analyst.
Some states are using all or part of huge mortgage settlements from big banks for reasons other than helping home borrowers and homeowners. Breaking down where the money is going and whether this is a good idea, with Chris Thornberg, Beacon Economics and CNBC Contributor Ron Insana.
One retailer's experience raises a question that many small businesspeople are asking in times of tighter credit and uneven profits: Are bigger banks willing to deal with the risk of a smaller business in tough times?