American Express Co., the largest U.S. credit-card issuer by purchases, said fourth-quarter profit fell 8.2 percent as expenses exceeded analysts' estimates and the firm set aside more money to cover bad loans.
International Business Machines Corp. recorded its 19th consecutive quarter of declining revenue, as it continued to try to offset declines in older businesses with sales in newer ones that are growing rapidly.
SAN FRANCISCO - Uber has agreed to pay $20 million for exaggerating how much those who drive for it actually make and encouraging its drivers to lease cars through what it called a low-cost program the government says wasn't.
Western Union Co. agreed to pay $586 million and admitted it failed to stop money laundering and wire fraud as part of a deal with the U.S.. Lapses in the company's anti-money laundering controls allowed hundreds of millions of dollars in prohibited ...
WASHINGTON -- The federal consumer finance watchdog expanded its crackdown on overdraft fees, suing a Minnesota-based bank Thursday for allegedly luring customers into costly penalties by using illegal marketing practices.