The DC Circuit’s Big CFPB Ruling Carries Wide Implications. Here’s What’s Next

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On October 11th, the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit ruled that the CFPB cannot continue to operate under the leadership of a lone individual unencumbered by any branch of government. In stark contrast to other federal agencies, the Bureau has thus far had a single director, Richard Cordray, who could only be removed from his position "for cause" and not at the president’s volition.

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The DC Circuit’s Big cfpb ruling carries wide implications. Here’s What’s Next Skype’s Twitter, Facebook and blog sites compromised by Syrian electronic army [update]