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White House, Treasury officials to appear at SEC cyber security event

Cyber security experts from the White House, Treasury Department and Department of Homeland Security will be among panelists appearing on Wednesday at a roundtable on the challenges hackers pose to public companies and financial markets.
In the Media by Sarah N. Lynch (Reuters)

'Big Short' character sues SEC to stop enforcement case

The U.S.
In the Media by Jonathan Stempel (Reuters)

SEC sues Canadian fugitive for 'scalping' investors

The U.S.
In the Media by Jonathan Stempel (Reuters)

Big fine imposed on ex-Goldman trader Tourre in SEC case

A U.S.
In the Media by Nate Raymond and Jonathan Stempel (Reuters)

U.S. SEC probes alleged fraud at fast trader Infinium: SEC letter

The U.S.
In the Media by Tom Polansek (Reuters)

SEC scores partial win in insider trading case over 2009 Sanofi deal

Federal securities regulators have won a partial victory against two brothers accused of trading on inside information in 2009 about French pharmaceutical company Sanofi's plan to buy a Tennessee-based company. ...
In the Media by Terry Baynes (Reuters)

SEC's Aguilar sees cyber-threat risk to 'transfer agents'

The U.S.
In the Media by Sarah N. Lynch (Reuters)

After retailer breaches, SEC plans roundtable on cybersecurity

The Securities and Exchange Commission said on Friday that it plans to hold a roundtable next month to discuss cybersecurity, after massive retailer breaches refocused the attention of the business community and policymakers on t...
In the Media by Reuters

Op-Ed: The United States Government Shakedown Continues

If financial institutions did handle finance, now they seem to practice law. And if regulators once did regulation, now they seem to raise capital.
In the Media by Anna Timone

Dept. of Justice asked to launch Romney investigation

The U.S. Department of Justice has been asked to investigate whether federal law was violated when Presidential candidate Mitt Romney signed his federal disclosure statement in 2011.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 7 comments

Baseball team pulls off triple steal in SEC Tourney semifinal

This weekend a college team overtook an opponent in an amazing play in the ninth inning. Not only did they manage to pull off a triple steal and execute a squeeze play, the team also broke a previous record for stolen bases.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 3 comments

Facebook files for IPO, reports $3.7 billion in revenue in 2011

Facebook filed its IPO papers with the SEC today, and the social network is expected to debut on the stock exchange in three to four months. The filing reveals Facebook is seeking to raise $5 billion.
In the Media by David Silverberg - 1 comment

Facebook rumored to file IPO paperwork with SEC next week

Palo Alto - Rumors over a Facebook initial public offering have been emerging across the Internet and in financial circles for some time now. In recent months talk and speculation has been aimed towards Facebook's IPO coming sooner than later.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl

Federal Judge rejects Citigroup – SEC settlement

New York - A federal judge rejected a $285 million dollar settlement between Citigroup and the Securites and Exchange Commission Monday after determining that the American financial watchdog had to prove – rather than just claim - the bank committed fraud.
In the Media by Mike Lapointe - 5 comments

Op-Ed: College football — The South shall rise again

Birmingham - Racial dominance still plays a role all across the South. This time, things are different, because the South is winning.
In the Media by John Dewar Gleissner

Op-Ed: NCAAF: Time for the landscape of college football to change

With the maneuvering of different colleges trying to get into better conferences so they can have a better chance at winning National Championships, it is time for a change. Teams have been moving for years, but nothing like these last few years.
In the Media by Austin Tyler

Groupon files for IPO, hoping to raise $750 million

Daily deal powerhouse Groupon has filed for an IPO, looking to raise $750 million. Groupon says it has 83 million subscribers who receive deals via email.
In the Media by David Silverberg

Op-Ed: Goldman Sachs: The $64,000 Question

It is a puzzlement why they chose instead to fight this civil complaint. Goldman Sachs has the financial and political wherewithal to make this disappear.
In the Media by Marvin Clark

Emails Suggest Geithner Colluded With AIG to Violate SEC Rules

Recently released emails from Nov. 2008 suggest that New York Fed President Timothy Geithner instructed AIG to withhold key details from the public about the 'back-door bailout' that benefited Goldman Sachs and more than a dozen other Wall Street firms
In the Media by Bill Lindner - 5 comments

Kentucky football coach retires after four bowls, seven seasons

Kentucky head football coach Rich Brooks announced Monday, January 4, that he was retiring after seven years at the helm of the program. His replacement, current assistant coach Joker Phillips, had previously been announced as his replacement.
In the Media by Steven Z.K. Nickels

Bernie Madoff treated for Dizziness and Hypertension

Prison officials are claiming that Bernie Madoff was treated for dizziness and hypertension. Reports were denied that he was assaulted.
In the Media by Michael Bearak

Op-Ed: College Football: The Expert Bowl Picks

Every year the football experts love this time of the year, it is their last chance to prove what they know about college football. This year, it is no different.
In the Media by Michael Bearak

Op-Ed: College Football Season Not Quite Over

The 2009 regular season is wrapping up this weekend, after which there will be conference championships and then bowl games.
In the Media by Michael Bearak

20 Arrested so far in $53 Million Insider Trading Case

20 people, including attorneys and Wall Street professionals, are reportedly facing criminal charges in a widening $53 million insider trading case.
In the Media by Bill Lindner

U.S. Authorities Propose New Rules for Credit Rating Agencies

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is seeking feedback from the public on rules it has proposed to better regulate the activities of credit rating agencies (CRAs).
In the Media by Chris Dade - 2 comments

Op-Ed: The SEC, disclosures, and a corporate culture with no obligations

The US is decades behind the rest of the world in terms of corporate disclosures. The idea of regulated disclosures to the SEC is now cranking itself up into a stupor from its formerly comatose condition, thanks to the 2008 crash.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

Op-Ed: Government Capping Compensation?

As you shelter yourself in a cool closet from the hailstorm of healthcare promotion, Congress and the President are sliding into home plate with compensation controls in the senior offices of financial firms, … for starters.
In the Media by James Raider

Op-Ed: The Deal To Make With Madoff

The icon embodying our generation’s perception of the more extreme and baser elements pervasive on Wall Street will receive a sentence this summer that will extend far beyond his life expectancy.
In the Media by James Raider

FBI track down billionaire Allen Stanford

The FBI has tracked down Sir Allen Stanford in the Virginia town of Fredericksburg. Sir Allen disappeared from public view on Tuesday after the US financial watchdog, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) accused him of an $8 billion fraud.
In the Media by Naved Akhtar - 1 comment
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