The credit reporting agency sold scores it said were considered by lenders. Not so much, says the CFPB
House Republicans said at a subcommittee hearing that the agency was guilty of gross overreach
A pair of economic advisors have laid the blame for the mortgage meltdown on the presidency of Bill Clinton. But how much – or how little – did the Clinton Administration contribute to the crisis?
Bank of America will be under a lot of pressure Thursday as results from its annual stress test post. Passing the test could boost shareholder payouts by 63%
The owner of a title company has been accused of pilfering more than $2.9 million in loan funds
The FTC has halted what it calls an ‘appalling’ mortgage relief scam that it says bilked homeowners out of millions of dollars
In a year when dissatisfaction with the economy has been at the heart of presidential campaigns, the Fed chair will probably face a grilling when she testifies before Congress