The agency under Clayton's leadership has advanced a number of proposals to protect retail investors.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk may lose security clearance after smoking marijuana on podcast.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the potential legal fallout from the SEC asking a federal judge to call Tesla CEO Elon Musk in contempt.
U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan on Tuesday ordered Musk to respond to a federal filing from the SEC.
“Something is broken with SEC oversight,” he wrote.
The new charge comes after Musk tweeted about Tesla's 2019 production targets.
The probe is not expected to affect current or past earnings, Kraft said.
The SEC alleges that former compliance attorney Gene Daniel Levoff illegally traded off of confidential earnings information.
Over 300 companies and groups, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, wants the SEC to overhaul the proxy process.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tells FOX Business’ Blake Burman that the U.S. continues to have very productive discussions with China over trade.
The wealth creation that comes from IPOs is dead in the water as long as the partial government shutdown continues.
Federal officials probed whether SeaWorld executives misled investors about the impact of the documentary.
Madoff unknowingly became a poster child for investor protection.
“Bulls & Bears” panel discuss whether investors should be concerned with Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s latest statements.
Mayweather will pay more than $600,000 in fines and penalties.
Investors allege that Snap misled the public about how competition from Facebook's Instagram service had affected the company's growth.
Just about every cryptocurrency has faced an uphill battle with traditional bankers and market regulators.
Teresa Goody, a former attorney for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, reacts to recent tweets sent by Tesla’s Elon Musk.
FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino discusses the criminal probe into whether Tesla misstated production figures.
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday ruled the country's biggest exchanges didn't justify increases in fees they charge for certain market-data products.