Under the bill, Equifax would have had to pay at least a $1.5 billion penalty for its data breach
A judge says English failed to show likelihood that her case will succeed on the merits
The government’s mortgage finance giants could have saved taxpayers billions had they more effectively shared information about a massive fraud case
Lenders like to tout their wide product range, their lightning-fast turnaround times, their cutting-edge technology. But what really matters to brokers?
Supreme lending did $3.5 billion in business last year, and is on track to do as much or more this year. When you’re doing that much business, you need a world-class underwriting department
'Stickiness' is the art of keeping your customer engaged at each stage of the sales cycle. But how do you accomplish it?
Sales of new single-family homes fell sharply in July
The stock and bond markets were off to a better start this morning, but July new home sales, expected to be up, were down 2.4%. This and more in today's rate snapshot