Dueling Appointments Lead to Clash at Consumer Protection Bureau

President Trump named his budget director as the agency’s acting leader, moving to take control just hours after its departing leader had taken steps to install his own choice for acting chief.

Your Money: 3 Weeks Later, Equifax Makes a Peace Offering

The interim chief executive apologized to victims of the company’s data breach and offered a credit lock instead of an old-fashioned credit freeze.

Student Loan Company Accused of Mismanaging Debt Forgiveness Program

The Massachusetts attorney general said the company had made errors that have potentially left students in debt far longer than they expected.

In Clash Over Health Bill, a Growing Fear of ‘Junk Insurance’

By REED ABELSON July 15, 2017 Julie Arkison remembers what it was like to buy health insurance before the Affordable Care Act created standards for coverage. The policy she had was from the same insurer that covers her now, but it did not pay for doctor...