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Top Democrats vowed Tuesday to defend the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, predicting Director Richard Cordray will file a lawsuit if he were fired by Donald Trump after he is sworn in as president.
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    Over the past five years, the slow-but-steady rise of mobile wallets seemed to signal the end of the plastic card era. But that's not how things played out.
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    Critics say the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is moving too far and too fast in its effort to offer a fintech charter, overlooking skepticism that it lacks sufficient legal authority.
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    Learn more about CUJ's improved online experience, including a mobile-friendly architecture with responsive design and enhanced navigation.

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