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Regulators are asking banks for more data on autos financing exposure, as rapid loan growth has prompted officials to seek to better assess the risks.
Italy's Luxottica said its co-chief executive planned to resign after just six weeks in the job.
Downside risks to the global economy are a factor the Fed will have to consider as the U.S. economy recovers, Fed Governor Daniel Tarullo said.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports Apple Pay will be released on November 7th, and discusses comments made by Jony Ive about copy-cat products from competitors.
Blackstone announced plans to spin off its financial advisory business, its restructuring services, and its Park Hill fund businesses into one entity.
A unit of Citigroup has agreed to reimburse about $16 million to more than 31,000 customers, who were overcharged for fees, the New York AG said.
Britain's finance ministry said it had appointed Bank of China, HSBC and Standard Chartered to help organize the first sale of British government debt denominated in China's renminbi currency.
The world’s biggest banks have agreed to tear up the rule book on derivatives to make it easier to resolve a future failing firm like Lehman Brothers.
Goldman Sachs is facing questions about whether it will be able to maintain its place atop the financial industry in a new era of regulations, the New York Times reports.
A U.K. high court has ordered Goldman Sachs to pay the legal costs of the Libyan sovereign wealth fund, after the bank tried to have a $1 billion lawsuit dismissed.
Goldman Sachs employees had an "improper" relationship with a Gadhafi-era Libyan wealth fund that led to a lavish trip to Morocco, a UK court was told.
The Justice Department is preparing a fresh round of attacks on the world's biggest banks, the New York Times reports.
Hackers who breached JPMorgan's computer network also tried to infiltrate other financial institutions, the Wall Street Journal reported.
One lender wants to disrupt the market for mortgage originations, long dominated by big banks.
Sears' deepening financial troubles have forced insurers and banks to raise the cost of guaranteeing payment to vendors, rattling its vendors even more.
Former U.S. chief technology officer Aneesh Chopra, discusses if JPMorgan and the big banks are spending enough money on cybersecurity. Chopra says Congress must set the level of security spending and provide clear standards of infrastructure protection.
Former FBI assistant director, Chris Swecker, weighs in on the massive data breach at JPMorgan. The bank warned that 76 million households and 7 million small businesses may have been hacked.
RadioShack has reached an agreement to refinance about $590 million of loans to restock ahead of the holiday season, sources said.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on JPMorgan's comments after the New York Times reported the bank was facing a new security breach.
UBS analyst Brennan Hawken, explains why he upgraded Bank of America and downgraded JPMorgan.
Citigroup expects its revenue from fixed-income and equity markets to decline in the first quarter from a year earlier.
The Philadelphia Federal Reserve named University of Delaware President Patrick Harker as its new president and CEO.
American Express is catering to the affluent once again after taking several blows to its business, the NYT reports.