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The popular Democrat must decide whether Swiss banking giant Credit Suisse can continue to handle the retirement funds of millions of police officers, firefighters and teachers after pleading guilty to helping wealthy Americans evade taxes.
Most forms of “active defense” are illegal, and retaliating could spark a full-scale cyberwar, experts warn.
Officials are concerned that the ultimate aim of the recent cyberattack was to disrupt Wall Street itself.
The bank disclosed that hackers got a hold of names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses for 76 million households. How worried should you be?
Hackers obtained customer names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addressees.
JPMorgan Chase has dispensed nearly a quarter of the $4 billion in aid to struggling homeowners that the Justice Department order in the bank’s $13 billion settlement over the sale of faulty mortgage securities.
Wall Street is betting that a flip in the Senate could usher in revisions to a key financial reform law.
The world’s most valuable company is coming under fire from the European Union for funneling the lion’s share of its international sales through subsidiaries in Ireland to save money on taxes.
Researchers found that the five largest auto insurers do not offer basic policies to safe drivers for less than $500 a year in more than one-third of the nation’s low-income areas.