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A rice by any other name...

by Laine Kaplan-Levenson May 23, 2019
Lawmakers in the state of Louisiana are debating when food products can be called “rice.”
Jeff Durand on his rice farm in St. Martinville, Louisiana.
Laine Kaplan-Levenson

China's professional shoppers

by Jennifer Pak Apr 4, 2019
They're making a living ... undercover.
People walk between buildings at a shopping mall in Beijing on October 18, 2018.
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Your student loan company just changed the terms of your agreement. What do you do next?

by Janet Nguyen Sep 20, 2018
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau helps you handle problems you’re having with a financial service or product. Here’s how that process works.
A poster of evidence is presented by then-U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara during a press conference on May 7, 2013 in New York City.
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CFPB head Mulvaney grilled on Capitol Hill

by Ryan Kailath Apr 11, 2018
Across the hallway from Mark Zuckerberg’s second round on Capitol Hill today there was another hearing taking place. This one was not quite so well-attended. Mick Mulvaney was there to be questioned on his role as acting director of the…
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Elizabeth Warren: "Equifax may actually make money off this breach"

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour Feb 28, 2018
The Massachusetts senator thinks the credit-rating agency got off easy, and she wants to change that.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, above, and Virginia Sen. Mark Warner are introducing legislation that would levy harsh penalties for security breaches at credit-rating agencies.
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Why do companies wait so long to tell us we've been hacked?

by Kimberly Adams Sep 11, 2017
All but two states have laws governing disclosure, but there is a lot of wiggle room in the rules.
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Changes at the top for Wells Fargo

by Ryan Kailath Aug 17, 2017
Scandal-besieged Wells Fargo seems to be cleaning up its act. It’s replacing three of 15 board members, including the chairman. Stephen Sanger will step down at the end of the year and current Vice Chair Elizabeth Duke will take his…

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Who are the unbanked?

by David Brancaccio Jun 29, 2017
Income volatility is increasingly driving low- and middle-income Americans to check cashers and payday lenders.
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Senate blocks states from creating retirement plans

by Adam Allington Mar 31, 2017
The Senate narrowly passed a plan to roll back a program used by states and local governments to create individual retirement accounts for workers not covered by an employer account. The program is already underway in several states, including California,…

How new CFPB proposals may affect the way debt collectors contact you

by Tony Wagner and Sarah Menendez Jul 28, 2016
Less annoying phone calls?

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