Banks are making less of their money from customer-account fees than at any time in the past seven decades as strict government rules and changing consumer behavior squeeze a major source of revenue.
J.P. Morgan Chase is in talks to sell its oil-supply agreement with a major Philadelphia refinery to Bank of America, according to people familiar with the matter.
China's securitization market is booming, as Beijing relaxes rules to help funding for companies and ease the strains on banks, triggering worries the surge could add risks to the financial system.
California regulators want PG&E's utility to pay $1.4 billion in fines and penalties over a fatal natural-gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno, Calif.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency adopted minimum standards that large U.S. banks must follow for managing risks.
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission is unlikely to approve a proposed alliance between container-shipping giants Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Co. before consulting with Chinese regulators, according to one of the agency's commissioners.
Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth announced that she is stepping down effective Oct. 1, marking the last departure from the newspaper of a member of the Graham family.
Halliburton Co. said it agreed to a $1.1 billion settlement covering a substantial majority of claims related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico.
Eric Cantor plans to join boutique investment bank Moelis & Co., as the recently deposed House majority leader embarks on a new career on Wall Street.
Consumer prices rose at a slower pace across most of the world's largest economies in July as energy prices eased, reflecting sluggish growth during the first half of the year.
Wet Seal Inc. disclosed Tuesday that its chief executive left the company, effective Aug. 26, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Ontario Securities Commission on Tuesday laid out its civil case against five former executives of Sino-Forest Corp., the Canada-based timber harvester that collapsed under fraud allegations in 2012.
The U.S.'s credit unions are increasing their lending at the fastest clip since before the financial crisis.
The FBI hasn't found any evidence to suggest the hacker or hackers who successfully penetrated the computer system at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. scored any similar successes against other big U.S.
An internal investigation into allegations of inappropriate employee behavior has roiled the bank's European stock-trading desk, according to people familiar with the probe.
Buyers are returning to the property market in Greece amid signs that Europe's hardest-hit economy is starting to recover.
The U.S. manufacturing expansion revved up in August, according to a survey released Tuesday by the Institute for Supply Management.
Portugal on Tuesday hired banks for the syndicated issue of a new long-dated government bond with maturity in February 2030.
Beijing is pressing unpopular changes to Hong Kong's election laws that some say threaten to undermine the pillars that have made the city a commercial success at the doorstep of the world's second-biggest economy.
Dollar General said it raised its bid for Family Dollar Stores to $80 a share and took to steps to help allay antitrust concerns.
U.S. regulators are opening a new front in their efforts to create a safer financial system with rules designed to ensure banks can survive a crisis without running out of cash.
It's not just brawny pickups driving Detroit higher: Chevrolet's Sonic and Ford's Fiesta have leapfrogged Toyota, Honda and Mazda for the No. 2 and No. 3 positions in subcompact sales.
General Motors is trying to fend off a bid by California officials for state-court review of their case over the massive recall tied to faulty ignition switches.
Apple said its investigation indicated certain celebrity online photo accounts were hacked in a targeted attack and it hasn't found a breach in its iCloud or "Find my iPhone" systems.
Home Depot is working with banks and law enforcement agencies to investigate a potential breach of customer credit or debit card data.
Wholesale prices in the eurozone fell in July, while the region's inflation rate is lagging far behind other big economies, supporting hopes the European Central Bank will signal fresh stimulus measures Thursday.
Software developer Compuware Corp. agreed to be taken private by Thoma Bravo LLC for about $2.5 billion.
U.S. stock futures inched higher Tuesday, after stock-market gains in August led to the largest monthly increases for the Dow industrials and S&P 500 since February.
Select Income agreed to acquire non-listed real-estate investment trust Cole Corporate Income Trust in a deal valued at $3 billion, including the assumption of $298 million of mortgage debt.
Shares in Tianhe Chemicals Group, the recently-listed Chinese maker of specialty chemicals, were suspended from trading Tuesday after an activist group's report questioned the accuracy of its earnings.