Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Dwolla Fined $100K Over Lack of Data Security
A first-of-its-kind action by the CFPB finds the payment network provider's security practices "fell far short" of its claims.
Navigating The Dangerous Waters of CFPB Enforcement
What financial services firms can do to keep "the most powerful and least accountable federal agency in Washington" at bay.
CFO’s Accounting and Finance for Executives
Whether you're new to finance or a seasoned veteran, the CFO roundup keeps you informed and involved with day-to-day updates on the latest news in finance.
Smaller Banks Are Dodd-Frank Losers
The regulations coming out of the law are driving community banks to consolidate and making them less profitable.
PayPal Accused of Duping Online Credit Customers
PayPal enrolled consumers in PayPal Credit without their knowledge or consent, charges the CFPB.
Consumer Bureau Eyes End to ‘Payday Debt Traps’
The new rules would apply to short-term credit products that require consumers to pay back the loan in full within 45 days, such as payday loans.
U.S. Makes Move Toward ‘Chip and PIN’ Credit Cards
Will the U.S. government's security requirements lead to faster adoption by retailers?
Two years after the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act, the law&spamp;rsquo;s implementation is far behind schedule, and its success is still in doubt.