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CNBC's Annette Weisbach discusses the latest on Deutsche Bank and its settlement negotiations with the U.S. Department of Justice.
"It's just a good thing that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country," says Clinton. "Because you'd be in jail," Trump retorted.
An analyst explains to CNBC's "On the Money" how Wells Fargo's banking scandal could trickle down to consumers.
The Republican Party planned to divert funds from Trump and instead focus on down-ballot candidates, a source said, the WSJ reported on Saturday.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer attempted to purge the company of male employees, a former media executive alleged in a lawsuit filed this week.
Brian Moynihan told CNBC he knows what it's like to be in the hot seat, a spot that competitor Wells Fargo has found itself in the wake of a fake account scandal.
The jobs report was kind of right down the middle but the bond market behaved as if it was full steam ahead for a rate hike, says Ron Insana.
Australia's big four banks have been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons in the past year.
A former Department of Defense aide used a government credit card to pay large bar tabs, NBC News reports.
Recent high-profile data breaches reveal a common weak spot that needs to be addressed in order to prevent future attacks, says former Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff.
Michael Preiss, executive director at Taurus Wealth Advisors, talks about Deutsche Bank's problems and its links to the European Central Bank.
The German government is pursuing discreet talks with the U.S. to help Deutsche Bank secure a swift settlement over the sale of toxic mortgage bonds.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports on an insider trading case currently in front of the Supreme Court.
Zimbabwe is losing at least $1 billion annually to corruption, Transparency International said in a report on Tuesday.
U.S. regulations have begun a White House review and could be finalized shortly, officials said on Tuesday.
Prepaid cards will soon come in packaging that clearly states the fees they may charge and will grant users new protections under new rules.
Regulators are waiting to see what solutions Deutsche Bank offers, says Marcel Fratzscher, president of the German Institute for Economic Research.
Amazon is in early settlement talks with Europe's antitrust regulators, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
Professional racecar driver Scott Tucker and several of his companies owe $1.27 billion to the government after systematically deceiving payday lending customers.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest on Facebook's Marketplace as within hour of launch, illegal sales were taking place on the platform.
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