All Elizabeth Warren articles – Page 2

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    Sen. Warren quizzes bank CEOs on arbitration rule

    2017-08-16T13:15:00Z

    Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is targeting top bank executives, demanding that they go public with their views of the CFPB's recent rule banning forced arbitration.

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    Federal Reserve urged to fire Wells Fargo's board of directors

    2017-06-21T12:00:00Z

    Citing negligence of their risk management duties, Sen. Elizabeth Warren is demanding that the Federal Reserve intervene and fire embattled board members of Wells Fargo.

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    As states legalize pot, FinCEN urged to update guidance

    2016-12-14T16:30:00Z

    A bipartisan team of U.S. senators is urging the Treasury Department to take further action to ensure that vendors working with legal marijuana businesses do not have their banking services taken away, writes Joe Mont.

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    Another Push Afoot to Resurrect Glass-Steagall Act,

    2015-07-08T09:45:00Z

    Image: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has once again teamed up with Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Angus King (I-Maine) to file legislation to restore and modernize the Glass-Steagall Act, separating traditional banks that hold federally insured savings accounts from financial institutions that offer higher-risk services. Details inside.

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    Warren: SEC Chair’s Tenure ‘Extremely Dissapointing’

    2015-06-02T15:15:00Z

    Image: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, (D-Mass.), at left, fired with both barrels at SEC Chairman Mary Jo White this week, in a blistering 13-page letter describing White’s tenure as “extremely disappointing” and full of “broken promises.” Among Warren’s concerns: the lack of a final pay-ratio rule and the dearth of guilt ...

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    Legislation Seeks Transparency on Tax-Deductible Settlements

    2015-04-28T15:30:00Z

    A bill filed by Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and James Lankford (R-Okla.) would require transparency on tax deductions that minimize the cost of an enforcement action. Any statement by a federal agency about the value of a settlement would need to explain how much of that agreement is tax deductible ...