Proposed rulemaking would roll back some Volcker Rule restrictions on banks, the Treasury's watchdog is investigating opportunity zones, and more.
Improving trade conditions and rising risks to global health contributed to a hazy outlook that led the Federal Reserve to leave interest rates unchanged.
More members of Congress want opportunity zones to spread the wealth, the SEC is criticized for lack of diversity, and a commissioner prepares to step down.
The DOL issued a finalized version of the joint-employer rulemaking in which ACG and other organizations were recognized for work that helped amend the standard.
The DOL and NLRB move closer to finalizing changes to the joint-employer rule, an aide is expected to succeed an SEC commissioner, and the HFSC releases its January meeting schedule.