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Trader allegedly pays ex-Amazon employee and frat bro $10,000 to steal earnings results (AMZN)

It's a bad idea to engage in insider trading. An even worse idea is going on social media to brag about the nonpublic information you have obtained. That's what the Securities and Exchange Commission alleged Maziar Rezakhani did after...Show More Summary

This scrappy company has fended off competition from Apple and Amazon — and now it's heading for an IPO

Roku has made official what's been rumored: it wants to go public. The digital media player maker publicly filed its S-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday — the first big step for a company seeking an initial public offering of its shares. Show More Summary

SEC Commissioners Rejected Settlement With ITT Tech CEO

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected a proposed settlement of the SEC’s lawsuit against two former executives

Musk insists firm isn't raising cash for brain-tech linkage

INTERNATIONAL - A company set up by Elon Musk to develop advanced biotechnology enhancements for the human brain has raised $27m (R350m) from 12 investors, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. Neuralink could beShow More Summary

JBS USA names its own outside advisory board

Former House Speaker John Boehner, former Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Harvey Pitt and two former corporate officials have agreed to serve on a new independent advisory board for JBS USA. Serving with Boehner and PittShow More Summary

Tim Cook offloads more than $43 million in AAPL stock

4 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple CEO Tim Cook has sold some $43 million worth of Apple stock according to filings made with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Cook sold 268,623 restricted stock units, some of which were performance based and others time. more…

Federal Regulators Eye Spotify Direct Stock Listing Plan

Spotify's plans to skip a traditional initial public offering is reportedly facing scrutiny by federal regulators. According to a report in Bloomberg, senior Spotify executives met with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission officials last month who were seeking more details on Spotify's plan to bypass the conventional IPO as they...

Irvine-base Ubiquity’s stock officially revoked by SEC

Troubled Irvine-based company Ubiquity has had its stock revoked by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company, which purportedly does digital video and virtual reality work, has been under fire from its shareholders and regulators for deceptive practices. Show More Summary

Blue Apron gets hit with lawsuit accusing it of misleading shareholders

Blue Apron shareholder Ahmed Chaudhry has filed a complaint against the meal-delivery company for “misleading” and “untrue statements” in its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission leading up to its public offering. The suit...Show More Summary

SEC is investigating Spotify’s plans to go public without an IPO

Officials from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have met with Spotify executives to examine its plans of bypassing the initial public offering (IPO) market and listing shares directly on the New York Stock Exchange, according to Bloomberg. Such direct listings, rare on major stock exchanges, tend to involve small companies moving from the over-the-counter […]

Beverly Hills developer accused of defrauding investors settles case with SEC

Jay Belson, a developer of extravagant mansions in the Los Angeles area, has reached a settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over allegations he defrauded investors of more than $2 million. In a court filing last week, the SEC alleged that between January 2011 and June 2016,...

Apple seeks to raise $2B in Canadian debt offering

Apple is looking to raise $2.5 billion Canadian dollars, worth $1.96 billion at current exchange rates, in its first Canadian debt offering, according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday.

Apple to borrow again with company's first-ever Canadian dollar bond

Apple's international borrowing continues to expand to new countries, with the company revealing in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Tuesday that it will offer its first debt offering in Canadian dollars.

Fox News Costs 21CF $50M In Sexual Harassment Settlements In Fiscal 2017

As the investigation of lewd text by now suspended Fox News Channel host Eric Bolling continues, the costs keep growing for 21t Century Fox, a filing today with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission reveals. “The Company and certain...Show More Summary

Latest Hot Digital Coin Offering: $187 Millionin One Hourfor Filecoin

About two weeks after the Securities and Exchange Commission warned it would be patrolling the red-hot market for initial coin offerings, a giant new offering has landed.

Snapchat Acquired Location Measurement Company Placed for $135 Million

Snapchat has been making some intriguing moves into location measurement and now the company is revealing how much it paid to acquire data company Placed. According to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) today, the Venice, Calif.-based company snapped up Placed for $135.2 million in cash. "The company was acquired to...

ICOs On Track To Raise $1.7 Billion As Firms Ignore SEC's "Tokens Are Securities" Ruling

Two weeks ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission declared that the virtual tokens issued during an initial coin offering, an increasingly popular funding mechanism for blockchain startups, are considered securities and are therefore...Show More Summary

An influential US Senator is worried about the stock market getting hacked

Senator Mark Warner (D-Va) who sits on the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, is worried about cybersecurity threats to the US securities market. In a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Jay Clayton...Show More Summary

Twitter explains why it won’t disclose the number of daily users. Kinda.

2 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Following Twitter’s earnings release last week, I called its refusal to release the number of daily users “indefensible.” But in a series of letters with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Twitter tried to defend it anyways. For the moment, the SEC says it’s satisfied with those explanations. Though Twitter is still not going to […]

Harold Williams, who oversaw construction of the Getty as founding president of J. Paul Getty Trust, dies at 89

When Ronald Reagan was elected president, Harold Williams knew his days in the nation’s capital were near an end. He’d had a four-year run as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission under President Carter, but with a Republican administration moving in, it was time to look for a new...

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