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Oct 4, 2023, 3:59 PM EDT
More than 100 CEOs and business leaders in New York City are calling for federal action to fix the United States' broken immigration system and address the migrant crisis.
Regulators issued fines against several financial firms, including Wells Fargo and BNP Paribas, for failing to maintain records of employee communications on unapproved platforms.
Credit card debt is rising and while American consumers' spending shows confidence in their finances, high credit card interest rates loom as a threat if the economy slow.
Among the top performers were Charles Schwab Corp. and Deutsche Bank's U.S. operations, while regional lenders Citizens Financial Corp. and US Bancorp were the laggards of the pack.
The International Monetary Fund initially predicted Germany and Britain alone to suffer recessions as inflation remains high across Europe and spending drops in response.
The Fed has noted that the job market has a robust supply but warned that if it grew "tight" it might prompt the need for further rate hikes, which the bank is not keen to pursue.
Financial technology services companies received billions of dollars through taxpayer-funded PPP loan processing fees with little oversight of who was getting the loans, House lawmakers allege.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. announced a major investment in New York City office space Thursday, with plans to build a 60-story building to be its global headquarters.
Wendy Williams is requesting Wells Fargo give her access to her money, saying in a video on Wednesday that the bank is not treating her fairly.
The swift, startling resurgence of Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations across the U.S. is causing corporate leaders to rip up playbooks for the next few months.