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Jonnelle Marte is a reporter covering personal finance. She was previously a writer for MarketWatch and the Wall Street Journal.
The borrow-to-lend model has become king of the market for U.S. home mortgages.
These are the stories of six people who still live with the fallout a decade later.
Timothy Mayopoulos ran the firm as the housing market recovered and Fannie Mae paid back the billions of dollars it received in bailouts from the government during the financial crisis.
The black-white employment gap has closed, but the homeownership gap has not. Here’s why.
In the Bronx and Queens neighborhoods she would represent, many struggle more to make ends meet, toiling away as servers, drivers and cashiers.
The decision in Ohio v. American Express could apply to platforms of all kinds.
The arrest of Rupert Stadler comes a week after German prosecutors said he was included in their investigation into any manipulation of Audi emissions controls.
Rising interest rates are adding more pressure in a competitive market where buyers need to move quickly, bid high and make other concessions if they want a house
Hans Vestberg will take over from the retiring CEO Lowell McAdam starting in August.
Under the long-awaited rule, companies will be banned from using arbitration agreements that block consumers from joining group lawsuits.