On Veteran's Day, Americans celebrate those who served the country as members of the military. But after trading fatigues for suits, here are the top 5 veterans who have left their mark on the business world.
Sen. Christopher Dodd introduced a bill in the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday aimed at tightening bank regulation. Critics of the current system say regulators are too cozy with bankers now.
High executive pay and bonuses are unseemly after taxpayer bailouts, many Democrats charge. But GOP lawmakers worry about federal 'pay czar' meddling in the workings of capitalism.
The House Financial Services Committee announced a plan Tuesday to give regulators tools needed to crack down on banks' risky behavior. It will be a tough job, experts say.
The Treasury Department is ordering pay cuts for top executives at the seven big companies that have yet to pay back government bailout cash. The US public has balked as such firms have handed out huge bonuses.
The move makes for good politics, but is it good business?
The special inspector general for the government’s financial rescue program told Congress Wednesday that the ongoing bonus quandary was 'a mess.'
Rep. Alan Grayson said the Republican healthcare plan was for sick people to 'die quickly.' He is bringing a new style of raw confrontation to Congress.
Former Fed Chair Paul Volcker says the problem is ‘moral hazard’ – policies leading investors and bankers to believe they can take future risks without bearing the full cost.