Online and mobile banking are putting a dent in bank branches’ business, and banks both big and small are responding by closing many physical locations.
Security experts say that core U.S. national infrastructure and even Google could be next on hackers' hit lists.
There are yet more delays in implementing financial reform. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has said it needs extra time to write a set of derivatives rules required by Dodd-Frank, and others that were scheduled to go into effect next year.
Credit unions are catching on, as a new analysis shows significant gains in their deposit volume and membership.
Could a limit on the fees retailers pay on debit card purchases cause your bank or credit union to fail? That's the dire picture some are painting as a cap on so-called swipe fees nears.
Despite seeing a huge growth in profits, more than 400 banks could be in serious trouble by 2012, making them vulnerable to buyouts and takeovers and consolidating Americans' money into fewer hands.
An attempt by the banking lobby to delay swipe fee reform failed in the Senate Wednesday. Will consumers see a new wave of added fees as banks try to make up for lost profits?
Big banks eased their lending standards in the first quarter of 2011 as demand for home loans continued to decrease, but buyers with poor credit still have their work cut out for them.
What do you do with a problem called Fannie and Freddie? How the government deals with both GSEs will determine the U.S. housing market’s future—and whether homebuyers can afford a new home.
Debit card use is rising, but with fees going up and rewards going down, issuers have a fine line to tread to make the most of the trend.