President Trump suggested that a six-month earnings report system would be more effective in a tweet Friday morning.
Tesla has reportedly been issued subpoenas by The Securities and Exchange Commission regarding its privatization plans.
The SEC said it will decide whether to allow the ETF to move forward by September 30.
The software engineer is said to have netted more than $75,000 in ill-gotten gains.
The SEC said the firm “improperly” encouraged retail customers to trade certain securities in a way that generated large returns for the bank.
Federal regulators are investigating the case of the missing "4," exploring the numeral's conspicuous absence in quarterly reports.
The SEC filed charges against multiple companies and individuals allegedly behind an elaborate Ponzi scheme.
Disgraced blood-testing firm Theranos said late Friday that founder Elizabeth Holmes has resigned as CEO, but remains chair of the board.
Fox News judicial correspondent Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the DOJ's impending decision about whether a merger between AT&T and Time Warner violates antitrust laws.
Agency aims to educate investors of cryptocurrency pitfalls.
The SEC is investigating the Iconix Brand Wear, which purchased Jay-Z's apparel brand in 2007 for $204 million.
The proposal is viewed as less stringent than the Labor Department’s Fiduciary Rule.
The SEC chairman is making his mark on cryptocurrency scams.
The blood-testing firm is trying to avoid bankruptcy after a settlement with the SEC.
U.S. regulators are preparing sanctions against Wells Fargo after learning the bank received commissions on auto insurance policies that were fraudulently applied to drivers when they took out car loans.
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Investors took the news as a sign that the agency will increase oversight of the fast-growing digital currency market.
The agency has issued “dozens of subpoenas and information requests” to companies involved in the cryptocurrency market.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has issued scores of subpoenas and information requests to technology companies and advisers involved in the red-hot market for digital tokens, according to people familiar with the matter.
The bank failed to lower interest rates for those who had regained good financial standing.