More Richard Cordray Articles

  • How the CFPB is trying to mimic Yelp

    The government's consumer finance regulatory agency is seeking to create a new source of aggravation for banks: Consumer testimonials and reviews of financial services.

  • CFPB's renovation costs skyrocket to $216 million; IG sees 'no sound basis' for it

    Renovation costs for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Washington headquarters have gone up another $65 million in the past six months, and there's no "sound basis" for the renovations, an internal government watchdog says.  

  • Could a Supreme Court ruling invalidate consumer watchdog agency's decisions?

    House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling said some of the actions made by the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may be invalid following a Thursday Supreme Court ruling on recess appointments. Richard Cordray was appointed by President Obama as director of the...



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