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Marshall & Ilsley posts bigger 1Q loss

Financial services company Marshall & Ilsley Corp. on Friday posted a slightly larger loss for the first quarter from a year ago, missing Wall Street's expectations. Full story

Fiserv stock falls after results fall short

Stock in Fiserv Inc., which provides the technology for online bill paying, mobile banking and other financial services, fell Thursday after the company reported first-quarter net income that missed Wall Street expectations. Full story

AIG sues, claiming it was defrauded by firms

American International Group sued two money management firms Thursday as the bailed-out insurer launched a fight to recoup billions of dollars it said it lost due to fraud. Full story

White House eyes Warren associates for consumer job

The White House is zeroing in on close associates of law professor Elizabeth Warren, an outspoken critic of Wall Street, to head the new U.S. consumer financial agency, a source with knowledge of the discussions told Reuters. Full story

GE net income rises 77 percent in 1Q

Earnings at General Electric Co. rose 77 percent in the first quarter as its financial services business continued to rebound. But Wall Street was expecting stronger revenue from GE's industrial side and shares fell. Full story

Obama reviews names to run consumer agency: White House

President Barack Obama has not yet selected the head of a new consumer financial protection agency, the White House said. Full story

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  JP Morgan's Top Execs Talk

Charlie Scharf, CEO of JP Morgan's retail financial services, tells CNBC's Melissa Francis shares insight on the mortgage business and principal forgiveness. "Our focus is helping people who want to pay and are having difficulties," he says.