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  1. Want to Do Something About Climate Change? Follow the Money

    Chase Bank, Wells Fargo, Citibank and Bank of America are the worst offenders.

    By Lennox Yearwood Jr. and Bill McKibben

  2. How Big Companies Won New Tax Breaks From the Trump Administration

    As the Treasury Department prepared to enact the 2017 Republican tax overhaul, corporate lobbyists swarmed — and won big.

    By Jesse Drucker and Jim Tankersley

  3. Signing Up for an H.S.A.? First Figure Out How You’ll Use the Money

    Some plans work better than others, depending on whether you’ll be spending on current medical costs or future ones, a new analysis finds.

    By Ann Carrns

  4. How to Deal With Head-Spinning Market Swings

    Simply buying and holding a diversified portfolio is a time-tested strategy that has worked for many people. But there are other options.

    By Norm Alster

  5. Safe Deposit Boxes Aren’t Safe

    When Philip Poniz opened Box 105 at his local Wells Fargo, he discovered it was empty — and that he was totally unprotected by federal law.

    By Stacy Cowley

  6. Big U.S. Banks Are Earning Billions. Trump’s Tax Cuts Are Helping.

    The five largest United States banks reported tax rates of 22 percent or less for the second quarter this year. Lower taxes helped smooth over some rough spots.

    By Emily Flitter

  7. Don’t Pay Too Much for Stocks That Pay Dividends

    With interest rates low and high-yielding shares expensive, the search for income may lead to companies that steadily increase their payouts.

    By Conrad De Aenlle

  8. Bank of America Will Lift Minimum Wage to $20, as Lawmakers Spotlight Inequality

    A day before he was to testify before Congress, the chief executive, Brian Moynihan, said the lowest-paid workers would earn $17 an hour starting in May and $20 in two years.

    By Emily Flitter

  9. Gun Control Group’s Report Card on U.S. Banks’ Firearms Ties Has Several Fs

    Guns Down America graded 15 large consumer banks on their commitment to gun safety and their relationships to the gun industry.

    By Tiffany Hsu

  10. Brexit

    For Wall Street Banks in London, It’s Moving Time

    One thing is clear about the legacy of Brexit: Financial services will be spread across Europe, with no one city again dominating the financial arena as London has.

    By Amie Tsang and Matthew Goldstein

  11. Trump’s Tax Cut One Year Later: What Happened?

    Many corporations made good on promises to raise wages and pay bonuses. But others announced layoffs, even as the $1.5 trillion tax cut added billions to their bottom lines.

    By Jim Tankersley

  12. DealBook

    How Credit Cards Are Used to Finance Mass Shootings

    Massacres are frequently carried out by killers using military-grade equipment that’s easier to obtain when buying on credit.

    By Andrew Ross Sorkin

  13. DealBook Briefing: Does Bank of America Care About Investment Banking?

    A top executive who reportedly questioned the firm’s commitment to the cause is set to step down by year’s end.

  14. Trade, Buybacks and Brexit: DealBook’s Closing Bell

    A quick take on some of the important finance and business stories of the day.

    By Stephen Grocer

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  16. DealBook Briefing: Reliving Wall Street’s Near-Death Experience

    Ten years on, we remember the turmoil of the weekend that marked the inflection point of the 2008 financial crisis.

  17. White Collar Watch

    With Clock Ticking Faster on Its Cases, the S.E.C. Faces a Quandary

    A Supreme Court ruling gave the agency a five-year window to seek repayment of money. Can it speed up its work, or will it need to ask Congress to act?

    By Peter J. Henning

  18. the week ahead

    Banks Report Earnings, and Google Faces Antitrust Fines

    The Fed chairman will testify before panels in the House and Senate, and the Commerce Department will holding hearings on auto tariffs.

    By The New York Times

  19. Wall Street’s Summer Calm May Depend on Selective Vision

    Investors seem to be focusing on strong earnings and all but ignoring trade tensions, a Federal Reserve rate increase and trouble abroad.

    By Conrad De Aenlle

  20. Think the Big Banks Have Abandoned Coal? Think Again

    An environmental group’s analysis shows the five largest United States banks have started lending to coal companies again now that they’re out of bankruptcy.

    By Emily Flitter

  21. Wells Fargo Continues to Test Regulators: DealBook Briefing

    Wells Fargo employees may have improperly changed information about corporate clients. The question now is how will regulators react?


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