The FBI and Securities and Exchange Commission are scrutinizing Tennessee GOP Sen. Bob Corker's personal finances, including stock transactions involving one of the nation's top developers of shopping centers and malls, according to multiple sources familiar with the probe. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba says U.S. regulators are investigating its accounting practices. Alibaba said in a regulatory filing Tuesday that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has requested documentsShow More Summary
Alibaba disclosed the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating its accounting practices.
Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba says it is under investigation by U.S. regulators in connection with its accounting practices. Alibaba said in a regulatory filing Tuesday that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has requested documents and information related to its policies and practices...
(Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd said it was being investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over whether the Chinese e-commerce company's accounting practices violated any federal laws. The company has provided...Show More Summary
The Chinese online marketplace said it is cooperating with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the investigation.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating how the Chinese e-commerce giant accounts for affiliated companies and related-party transactions.
CEO says he will appeal to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
(Reuters) - The Securities and Exchange Commission is concerned about the way Canadian drugmaker Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc has been disclosing its "non-GAAP" financial measures, regulatory filings showed on Tuesday. The...Show More Summary
Submitted by Tony Sagami via MauldinEconomics.com, It looks like the SEC is finally ready to put a stop to accounting shenanigans. The Securities and Exchange Commission is finally going to do its job and put a stop to the accounting...Show More Summary
In a recent IRS Chief Counsel Advice Memorandum (“CCA”), the IRS addressed the tax consequences of a disgorgement payment made to the Securities and Exchange Commission for violating the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
When word came down of the Securities and Exchange Commission filing suit against Phil Mickelson as a "relief defendant" for earning nearly $1 million on a stock trade with insider info, a lot of folks wondered why Mickelson wasn't criminally charged with securities fraud. Show More Summary
Securities regulators are giving the fast-growing exchange-traded fund industry a cold, sober stare. Securities and Exchange Commission chair Mary Jo White on Friday singled out ETFs as an area in need of further review and, potentially, regulation. Show More Summary
The difference between GAAP and non-GAAP earnings has been widening over the past few years, and the Securities and Exchange Commission is stepping in. To recap, non-GAAP earnings are profits that don't include one-time negative occurrences. Show More Summary
The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a civil suit naming Phil Mickelson as a "relief defendant," accusing the five-time major winner of insider trading. The suit claims Mickelson made approximately $931,000 on Dean FoodsShow More Summary
Nasdaq just went nuclear. In a letter to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Nasdaq's law firm, Gibson Dunn, said the Securities and Exchange Commission could be sued if it approves IEX's application to become an exchange. IEX,...Show More Summary
The announcement today that PGA Tour golfer Phil Mickelson is the subject of a Securities and Exchange Commission civil suit over possible insider trading violations will have no impact on Mickelson’s new position as ambassador for the CareerBuilder
The professional golfer Phil Mickelson has agreed to forfeit nearly $1 million that the Securities and Exchange Commission said was unfairly earned on a tip from an insider trading scheme conducted... To view the full story, click the title link.
Phil Mickelson must pay the Securities and Exchange Commission nearly $1 million after profiting from an insider trading tip.
The Securities and Exchange Commission wants Phil Mickelson to repay nearly $1 million he allegedly made as a result of insider trading but has not criminally charged the golfer, according to a complaint filed Thursday in federal court. Mickelson is named as a "relief defendant" in the U.S. District...