Shirley Gao

The Center for Public Integrity

Shirley Gao covered the finance beat for iWatch News. Originally from California, she is a Princeton University student majoring in public policy and writes for University Press Club.

 

Debt settlement company fined, ordered to stop operating in Illinois

By Shirley Gao

A roundup of investigations in the three years since the last market crash

By Shirley Gao

Dodd-Frank regulators brace for lawsuits after SEC loss in appeals court

By Shirley Gao

Can an auditor still be independent after 100 years on a corporate payroll?

By Shirley Gao

One year after reform law passed, Wall Street still spending big on lobbying

By Shirley Gao

Republicans adopt more nuanced fight against Wall St. reform law

By Shirley Gao

Next stop for fight over Wall Street reforms: Federal court

By Shirley Gao

No unemployment worries for bank lobbyists in Washington, where business is booming

By Shirley Gao

Financial stability council warns Congress U.S. markets still fragile

By Shirley Gao

Credit rater says new consumer agency is much-needed "medicine" for banks

By Shirley Gao

Spotlight on Richard Cordray: CFPB nominee faces stiff opposition in Senate

By Shirley Gao

"Dear CFPB" wish lists urge action on mortgages, payday loans, prepaid cards

By Shirley Gao

Dueling op-eds capture Democratic, GOP views of year-old financial reform law

By Shirley Gao

A script for when creditors call

By Shirley Gao

Borrower Nightmares: Small town teacher seeks help for big debt, ends up in bankruptcy

By Shirley Gao

Few celebrations for year-old Dodd-Frank reform law

By Shirley Gao

Senate Republicans vow to fight Obama nominee to head consumer bureau

By Amy Biegelsen and Shirley Gao

CFPB has no plan to ban financial products, Warren tells GOP-led committee

By Shirley Gao

White House threatens to veto House budget as too stingy with CFPB, SEC funding

By Shirley Gao

2012 election + weak housing market = new White House policies?

By Shirley Gao and Julie Vorman

Dodd-Frank author is proudest of "skin in the game" requirement for mortgage securitizers

By Shirley Gao

Mortgage servicing standards at the top of consumer agency's agenda

By Julie Vorman and Shirley Gao

How much will Obama's failure to stand up to Wall St. hurt his re-election chances?

By Shirley Gao

SEC aims to shed more light on murky world of derivatives

By Shirley Gao and Julie Vorman

International regulators order mega-banks to boost capital to 9.5 percent

By Shirley Gao

Democrats demand ouster of regulator for not being tough enough with banks

By Shirley Gao

Senate GOP leader: Starving regulators of money means a "better America"

By Shirley Gao

Reform reading: Hedge, private equity funds now subject to SEC regulation

By Shirley Gao

Reform reading: CFTC chief says "my thinking has evolved" on derivatives regulation

By Shirley Gao

Reform reading: These embeds carry briefcases, calculators

By Shirley Gao

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