Bureau of Labor Statistics economists prepare the monthly jobs report in isolated conditions to protect the data. Photo by Colorblind/Digital Vision via Getty Images. Editor’s Note: If it’s the first Friday of the month, it’s jobs day. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed Lubbock Congressman Randy Neugebauer’s amendments to the Consumer Financial Freedom and Washington Accountability Act--in an effort to block over-budgeted spending by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Show More Summary
In a stunning lawsuit against ITT Educational Services -- the company running the for-profit college ITT Technical Institute -- the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has accused the firm against operating in a way that has harmed countless Americans.
Alex Wong/Getty ImagesConsumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray. WASHINGTON -- The top U.S. consumer watchdog said Thursday he has called and written the heads of big credit card companies to press them to offer free credit scores to customers. Richard Cordray, director of the U.S. Show More Summary
According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, college graduates owe more than a trillion dollars in student loan debt. In… READ MORE The post Will Write for Tuition appeared first on Affordable Schools Online.
House lawmakers took aim at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Thursday, passing Republican-backed legislation that would curtail the power of the federal regulator.
The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau urged credit card companies to give customers free copies of their credit scores.
The two-and-a-half-year-old Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may finally have a confirmed director, but that doesn't mean Republicans are done throwing rocks at it. The House debated (and is expected to pass) a package of bills this afternoon that would replace the bureau's single director with a five-person commission, prevent it from collecting consumer credit card […]
Is a free credit score coming to a credit card statement near you? It is if major companies listen to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s call to ensure all Americans have free and easily accessible access to their credit scores. The CFPB is urging the nation’s top credit card companies to make credit scores and related content freely available to … [More]
Nani Coloretti is the Department of the Treasury's assistant secretary for management. She previously helped establish the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and served as its acting chief operating officer. Coloretti spoke about her experiences and views on management with Tom Fox, a guest writer for On Leadership and vice president for leadership and innovation […]
This week, the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau initiated against ITT Educational Services. The suit alleges that this major for-profit… READ MORE The post More Trouble At Another For-Profit School appeared first on Affordable Schools Online.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is calling on the nation’s top credit card companies to make credit scores and related content freely available to their customers, who include more than 200 million consumers. “Credit reports and scores can determine the...
In its first action against a company in the for-profit college industry, the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday sued ITT Educational Services Inc., which operates 149 schools in 40 states, including 14 in California.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a federal lawsuit against a well-known for-profit college chain, alleging the company exploited its students and pushed them into high-cost private student loans that were likely to endShow More Summary
If you're among the millions of U.S. residents who each year send tens of billions of dollars to family, friends or foreign businesses overseas, here's good news: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently instituted new...Show More Summary
(WASHINGTON) — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says it has filed a lawsuit against a large for-profit college chain alleging that it pushed students into high-cost private student loans knowing they would likely end in default. Show More Summary
The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau this morning has filed a civil lawsuit against for-profit college company ITT Educational Services, seeking restitution to students allegedly harmed by ITT's private loan programs, and an injunction against the company. Show More Summary
The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reports that the same misdeeds that led to billions in fines are still happening
Dr. John Russell, Special Coordinator for Iraqi Cultural Heritage in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, inspects ancient brickwork at the site of Babylon in southern Iraq on June 23, 2009. [State Department photo/ Public Domain] The events recounted in the new movie The Monuments Men are unfolding every day around the world. Show More Summary
Just as total auto loan balances in Q4 2013 climb to $798.5 billion, the United States Chamber of Commerce has called upon the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to draw up a detailed compliance guide for auto lenders returning to the fray. Automotive News reports Experian Automotive saw $798.5 billion in total auto loan balances for […]