E-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc is fielding bids to replace U.S. lender JPMorgan Chase & Co as the issuer on its co-branded credit card portfolio, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Cryptocurrency is becoming the preferred form of payment for hackers, prompting many concerns around the U.S. regulatory system and the risks between too much regulation vs. too little.
Some Wall Street traders are betting against another massive rally in AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc and other "meme" stocks this week through a type of wager in the options market that would limit their losses should retail investors behind the run-up prove them wrong.
HSBC Holdings PLC will exit from its U.S. retail and small-business banking operations as the bank shifts its focus to wealth management and international banking, especially in Asia.
Many CEO's of the largest banks in the U.S. didn't know how to respond when asked about woke capitalism
Bank of America Corp.'s Merrill Lynch Wealth Management unit is banning trainee brokers from making cold calls, a vestige of an era when the industry pushed hot stocks on anyone who would pick up the phone.
On Wednesday China echoed previous announcements, making clear in no uncertain terms that financial institutions and payment companies should not participate in any cryptocurrency-related transactions or services. The comments helped send the price of Bitcoin plummeting to its lowest price since January – $30,066,-- before recovering Thursday at around $41,000.
ProPublica says the loans were disbursed through an Atlanta-based fintech lending platform launched in 2009 called Kabbage, which processed nearly 300,000 Paycheck Protection Program loans before the first round of funds ran out in August 2020, just behind Bank of America.
The shock to the U.S. economy as a result of COVID-19 was harder on millennials and Gen Xers, who were more likely to have had their financial situations worsen due to the effects of the pandemic, according to the survey.
Some of the largest U.S. banks plan to start sharing data on customers' deposit accounts as part of a government-backed initiative to extend credit to people who have traditionally lacked opportunities to borrow.
The Big Apple has taken a back seat to Beijing as the world’s billionaire capital, and that’s before a new state tax hike possibly pushes more fat cats to leave
U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry and GOP senators continued to butt heads over allegations the Biden administration directed banks to make energy-related lending commitments.
Deutsche Bank more than delivered in the latest quarter putting the lender's rocky past in the rearview mirror.
Visa Inc is emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, its top boss said on Tuesday, as a surge in online shopping helped the world's biggest payment processor beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit and counter sluggish travel spending.
The battering to Wall Street banks from Archegos Capital Management topped $10 billion after UBS Group AG and Nomura Holdings Inc. reported fresh hits caused by the fund’s collapse.
The NFT market has soared to $1.5 billion investors pile into digital collectibles.
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