Former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt and S3 Partners managing director Ihor Dusaniwsky provide insight into market concerns, regulators and opportunities.
President-elect Joe Biden’s expected pick of Gary Gensler to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission could give Wall Street its most aggressive regulator in two decades.
A Long Island jewelry wholesaler has pleaded guilty to charges in connection with allegations he defrauded at least 80 investors, including police officers and firefighters, as part of a $200 million Ponzi scheme.
Ripple, the blockchain payments company associated with the cryptocurrency XRP, said on Tuesday it would oppose a lawsuit against it by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Robinhood got its second slap from regulators this week.
President-elect Joe Biden has drawn up a diverse list of candidates to be Wall Street’s next sheriff, some of them with tough enforcement records — but insiders say his pick looks increasingly likely to be a pointy-headed white guy.
The case is the first from the Securities and Exchange Commission charging a publicly traded company with misleading investors about the financial effects of the pandemic.
The proposal, which is likely to be issued for public comment in December, would address the disparate treatment that applies to Chinese companies going public in the U.S.
Under Clayton, the SEC has pursued changes to regulations that critics saw as burdensome or hindering corporate growth, often in the face of opposition from Democrats and investor advocates.
A group representing U.S. pension funds says the head of an Apollo Global Management Inc committee overseeing the investigation of CEO Leon Black’s ties to late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is not independent.
Former employee’s family allegedly earned $1.4 million from unlawful trades.
JPMorgan's $1 billion spoofing fine may be the largest on record.
The billionaire is eyeing undervalued American and European consumer-facing businesses in sectors where Virgin has had success, including travel, leisure, entertainment and financial services.
Ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes may claim mental illness as her defense.
Earlier this month, SeaWorld reported a 95% loss in revenue for the second quarter compared with the same time a year ago, and a substantial decrease in attendance at its theme parks.
Wall Street Journal: Trading app faces a civil fraud investigation
The NYSE submitted amended proposals in June to allow companies to raise capital through direct listings after the SEC declined similar requests by the exchange operator in December.
Unity claims it is "the world's leading platform for creating and operating, interactive real-time 3D content," boasting that in 2019, it made more than half of the top games on mobile, PC, and consoles— including 53 percent of the top 1,000 games in the iOS App Store and Google Play, with 3 billion dowloads per month.
Google Cloud is investing $100 million into telehealth provider Amwell as part of a new partnership to equip providers, insurers, patients with technology required for high quality and more affordable virtual care.
Airbnb has confidentially filed for an IPO Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to a blog post by the company.