A savings and loan group that began in a Nairobi slum gives members economic empowerment, access to childcare, and education for their children.
The court ruled on Monday that vendors can't nudge customers toward using other types of credit or debit cards, even though American Express typically charges higher fees.
The percentage difference between women and men with bank accounts hasn't shifted in seven years. Experts say better products need to be made to address this problem.
What good are financial technologies if low-income folks don't have high-speed Internet to access them?
An expert explains what's going on, and why you should care.
The rule's enforcement provisions were scheduled to take effect on January 1st, 2018. They now will not take effect until July of 2019.
A new crop of firms have focused their efforts on introducing a diverse clientele to financial services, and ensuring that women and minorities working within the industry have an opportunity to advance.
House Republicans have passed their answer to 2010's Dodd-Frank Act, and it's poised to slash the financial protections offered to consumers in the wake of the Great Recession.
Two researchers allege we've been missing a serious exploit in how share values get determined.
A new briefing by the Global Canopy Programme outlines the struggles that farmers face in the move from traditional to sustainable farming.
As head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Keith Noreika now has the power to override state laws protecting consumers.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau just announced new regulations on the payday lending industry. Will they solve the problem?