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Banks Make Money But ‘I’m Not Confident They’re Safer’: Sen. Brown
Senator Sherrod Brown, a ranking member of the Senate Banking and Finance Committees and a Democrat from Ohio, discusses his concerns about the U.S. banking industry. He speaks with Bloomberg’s David
USMCA Will Likely Be Voted on Next Week in Senate: Sen. Brown
Senator Sherrod Brown, a ranking member of the Senate Banking and Finance Committees and a Democrat from Ohio, discusses proceeding on a Senate vote on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement and what the
Elizabeth Warren Ramps Up Attacks on Apple Card Bias Claims
Democratic Senators Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown want the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to examine allegations of bias against women who applied for an Apple Inc. credit card underwritten
Trump Reverses Move to Hold G-7 at His Resort After Criticism
President Donald Trump pulled his Trump National Doral golf resort in Miami as the venue for the 2020 Group of Seven meeting after facing widespread criticism that he was using a major government
Trump Faces New Pressure After Deadly El Paso, Dayton Rampages
The shooting deaths of 29 people over the weekend raised pressure on Donald Trump both to address rampant gun violence in the U.S. and reconsider his own divisive rhetoric about immigrants and
U.S. Urged to Stop Predatory Lenders ‘Crippling’ Businesses
Congress must act to protect small businesses from predatory lenders who seize their assets without warning using a legal instrument called a confession of judgment, U.S. Representative Nydia
'Balance of Power' Full Show (06/20/2019)
"Bloomberg: Balance of Power" focuses on the intersection of politics and global business. The show featured live coverage of Slack's direct listing and President Trump's meeting with Canadian Prime
Facebook Is Too Big to Run a Cryptocurrency, Sen. Sherrod Brown Says
Sen. Sherrod Brown, an Ohio Democrat, discusses Facebook Inc.'s plans to launch a new cryptocurrency with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Facebook’s Libra Gambit Forces Washington’s Hand on Crypto Policy
Facebook Inc.’s decision to create its own digital money –- with the grandiose ambition of establishing an alternative global financial system –- is jumpstarting a long simmering debate in Washington
Facebook Wants to Know If You’d Trust It With Your Money
The company’s new Libra cryptocurrency unveiled amid privacy concerns and regulatory pressure.
Facebook Triggers Fresh Washington Fury Over Crypto Project
Facebook Inc.’s plans to create a new cryptocurrency that can be used for everything from commerce to money transfers is facing pushback from angry U.S. lawmakers.
Democrats Signal Hope for Passing New North America Trade Accord
House Democrats are expressing optimism as they begin what could be the final stage of negotiations to approve the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, paving the way to vote on President Donald
White House, Democrats in Talks to End Holdup on USMCA Approval
The White House and congressional Democrats have opened talks to resolve outstanding details that have thus far held up the new North American trade deal, according to people briefed on discussions
Senators Try to Limit Trump’s Tariff Power While He Seeks More
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators launched a new attempt to curtail Donald Trump’s power to impose tariffs amid an escalating campaign by business groups to force congressional action and the
Trump-State Senate Democrats Hold Cash Advantage
Democratic incumbents facing this year’s toughest U.S. Senate re-election battles have built a major cash advantage entering the peak campaign-spending period before November’s elections.
GOP Seeks to Force Confrontation With Democrats Over ICE
House Republicans sought to force a confrontation Wednesday with Democrats to exploit their divisions over calls from the party’s left wing to abolish the agency on the front lines of President Donald
Senate Sends Trump Message to Slow Down on Tariff Escalation
The U.S. Senate took President Donald Trump to task on trade but fell short of curtailing his power to impose tariffs.
The Progressive Populist Who Wants to Help Democrats Win Back the Rust Belt
If Richard Cordray wins the governorship of Ohio, he could provide a road map for 2020.
Democrat Helps Trump Block Move to Limit Tariff Power
A Republican-led effort to limit President Donald Trump’s ability to impose tariffs based on national security grounds was scuttled for a second time this month, after the president got some help from
Republicans Boost Odds of Keeping Senate Control
Republicans are maintaining an edge over Democrats in their quest to keep control of the U.S. Senate in November’s election.