Paul Sarbanes, U.S. senator who co-wrote anti-fraud law, dies at 87


The Maryland Democrat served five terms in the U.S. Senate, a 30-year tenure in which he was chairman of the Senate Banking Committee when it responded to a rash of accounting scandals. He didn’t seek a sixth term and retired on Jan. 3, 2007.


‘Don’t let the bastards get you down’: Cam Fine says goodbye to D.C.


The outgoing head of the ICBA reflects on how technology and partisan politics have changed policymaking over the past 15 years.


Wells Fargo execs, directors got the boot. Will its auditor be next?


KPMG has been the bank's auditor since 1931. Critics say it's time for a change.