The fallout from the megabank's fake-accounts scandal continues
Shareholders allege the company failed to disclose conflicts of interest in pre-crisis mortgage transactions
A House Democrat is predicting that legislation that would wind down Fannie and Freddie won't become law this year
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is pushing for the adoption of 'e-closings' -- but are they good for the industry?
Wells Fargo and the U.S. government have a minor disagreement. The government thinks Wells should pay a lot of money for making bad loans, and Wells thinks it’s paid quite enough money, thank you very much
Carrington has announced the opening of its fifth Virginia branch
The nation's biggest bank has already announced thousands of layoffs this year. Now thousands more job cuts could be on the books, company sources say
Calling the currently stalled Senate plan to wind down Fannie and Freddie "a grave misstep," a former Fannie exec says that since Congress can't agree on meaningful GSE reform, FHFA Director Mel Watt should take his own steps