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Robinhood’s ‘infinite money’ glitch has reportedly drawn regulatory scrutiny — and the company could be fined
The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority are the two agencies most likely to investigate the matter.
Alphabet’s chief legal boss, accused of emotionally abusing a former Googler after a workplace affair, just cashed out $27 million in stock
David Drummond — chief legal officer for Google's parent company, Alphabet — just cashed out tens of millions in stock.
The Carlos Ghosn whistleblower is now facing a scandal of his own. Meet the Nissan’s disgraced former chairman, who was arrested 11 months ago f...
Nissan has struggled since Ghosn's arrest. The automaker's first-quarter profits are down 90% from last year, The New York Times reported.
The agency will no longer require simple exchange-traded funds to receive special approval before hitting markets, according to a Thursday statement.
Major media analytics firm Comscore was charged with fraud under a former CEO — but the company’s new leadership reached a settlement
Comscore was charged with defrauding investors and the public about their performance. Now under new leadership, the company settled the charges.
In a blog post on Tuesday, Kik's CEO Ted Livingston confirmed that the company would be closing Kik to focus on Kin, its cryptocurrency business.
The SEC just announced a settlement in a compensation-fraud case against former Nissan-Renault chairman Carlos Ghosn
Ghosn was ousted as chairman of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance last year amid allegations of financial malfeasance; he's awaiting trial.
Starbucks is one of many US companies that the SEC has asked about revenue-recognition practices since 2018, when new accounting guidelines began.
WeWork paid its own CEO $5.9 million to use the name ‘We,’ but now he’s giving it back after the deal was criticized
In what WeWork describes as an "unwinding," its CEO has agreed to pay back the $5.9 million he was paid for rights to the word "we."
Deutsche Bank reaches $16 million settlement over SEC lawsuit alleging it preferentially hired relatives of Russian and Chinese officials
The hires revealed in the filing are related to Chinese and Russian officials, several of which work for state-owned enterprises.