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Attorney General Eric Holder must send a message to Wall Street, one attorney told CNBC.
Big banks are getting a boost by Janet Yellen's interest rate comments, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.
The ECB doled out 82.6 billion euros ($106.3 billion) in cheap loans to banks on Thursday, and released details of a new rotation system for its Governing Council.
The Federal Reserve has asked Credit Suisse to address problems relating to the bank's underwriting and sale of leveraged loans.
There were only 20 banks that caused the crisis, and "they're all gone," former Wells Fargo CEO Dick Kovacevich told CNBC.
How much the banking industry has changed since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, with Richard Kovacevich, Wells Fargo former chairman and CEO.
How much of a game changer is Apple Pay? Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners chief economist, and Hans Morris NYCA, discuss the mobile pay ecosystem and why Apple Pay will succeed where others failed.
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management vice chairman Gary Kaminsky, discusses the anniversary of Lehman Brothers filing for bankruptcy, what lessons Wall Street has learned from the collapse, and the cultural changes that have taken place in the financial services industry since.
The tech giant will make 15 cents of every $100 spent, or 0.15 percent, using Apple Pay, sources said. The FT reports.
JPMorgan Chase said it had not seen any unusual customer fraud related to a recent cyberattack on the bank.
JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon finished his radiation and chemotherapy treatment this week, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The Finnish central bank governor told CNBC that the ECB stands ready to take further measures if required.
Bill Ready, Braintree CEO, explains why Apple Pay is not really a payments product or network. Ready says issues like security and fraud are tough to solve and Apple has not address those questions.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor-in-chief & CEO, and the "Squawk Alley" team, discuss if Apple Pay really offers an advantage to consumers and merchants. And Blodget reveals his product winner at Tuesday's event.
The Federal Reserve says its capital surcharges for the biggest banks will be tougher than globally agreed rules.
Morgan Stanley has agreed to pay $95 million to resolve a suit accusing it of misleading investors in mortgage-backed securities.
Charles Plosser continued his push for the U.S. central bank to change its language on interest rate policy to reflect an improving economy.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the Government Council has declared another financial systemically important.
Investigators working on the cyberattack at JPMorgan have found clues that computers sent the stolen data to a Russian city.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports bank regulators will adopt formal rules on bank liquidity and will also approve stricter swaps margin rules.
American Express is catering to the affluent once again after taking several blows to its business, the NYT reports.
Lachlan Colquhoun, head of Markets Analysis at East & Partners, discusses the rally in Standard Chartered shares Friday after news that Bill Winters has been named as the bank's new boss.
Lloyds Banking Group will pay a dividend of 0.75p per share to investors, after reporting a better-than-expected rise in profit.