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Leroy Brown goes down

Rob sends us a link to update our story about crooked-ass Leroy Brown, Junior, the financial adviser who we wrote about last week. It looks like the Securities and Exchange Commission have shut the fellow down; On April 13, 2015, the SEC obtained a temporary restraining order and emergency asset freeze against Leroy Brown, Jr. […]

Exclusive: Credit Suisse dropped SEC waiver request amid opposition - sources

By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Credit Suisse has quietly withdrawn a request for a waiver to raise capital more easily, after U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission staffers told the bank in recent weeks it would not win approval, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Show More Summary

The right way to measure CEO pay has nothing to do with 'shareholder value'

The latest initiative  by the Securities and Exchange Commission to give shareholders more information about their CEOs' pay has revived an old question: What's the right way to judge if a CEO is making too much?

Shell's Arctic Drilling Is Far More Risky Than the Company Is Telling Shareholders, Say Conservationists

3 days agoNews : Vice News

Conservations claim in a petition to the US Securities and Exchange Commission that Shell is not disclosing to its shareholders the risks of drilling in the Arctic Ocean.

Apple: Street Ponders 10-Q Surge in Commitments, Overseas Cash Balance

Following Apple’s (AAPL) better-than-expected fiscal Q2 report Monday, analysts today are poring over the 10-Q filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission that popped up last night. Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty, reiterating anShow More Summary

CEO Compensation is a Broken

Executive compensation is in the news again as the Securities and Exchange Commission gets ready to issue new guidelines on pay disclosures. As mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act, the new rules are supposed to provide “greater transparency and allow shareholders to be better informed” about executive and director compensation. Show More Summary

Telehealth Giant Teladoc Files for IPO

On late Tuesday this week, Dallas-based telehealth provider, Teladoc filed a confidential draft registration form for an initial public offering (IPO) to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), WSJ reports. Founded in 2002,...Show More Summary

SEC Announces Insider Trading Charges Linked to China Tech Deal

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced insider trading charges against two Beijing residents linked to 58.com’s $1.6 billion stake purchase in Ganji.com.

A Possible Microsoft Write-down Of Nokia Investment Doesn't Freak Street

Deep inside Microsoft's 10-Q filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission is what clearly looks like a disturbing disclosure: The company's $9.4-billion purchase of the Nokia handset business may be flopping. And the company may have to declare an impairment on the investment and start writing it down. The stock market's reaction, [...]

UniPixel Plunges 16%: Withdraws from Kodak Joint Venture

Touch-sensor technology makerUniPixel(UNXL) this afternoon disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission it ended its joint manufacturing agreement withKodak. Said UniPixel, while it had made progress with the facility,...Show More Summary

SEC proposes rules comparing executive pay to corporate performance

A new snapshot of how executives' pay matches up with their companies' performance would be available to investors under rules proposed Wednesday by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The SEC thinks shareholders should decide how much execs make

The Securities and Exchange Commission is about to give shareholders a whole lot more power. Investors in publicly traded companies already vote on executive pay, but now the SEC wants to help them better understand the decisions they're making, reported The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Ackerman and Joann S. Show More Summary

And Now A Message From Lynn “Rambo” Tilton

The Patriarch Partners chief is taking her fight versus the Securities and Exchange Commission to the next, photoshopped level.

Groups Seek US SEC Probe of Shell Arctic Drilling Risk Disclosures

An environmental group and a law clinic petitioned the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate whether Royal Dutch Shell has adequately disclosed

Tesla Model 3 is behind schedule & unlikely to ship in 2017

Tesla's most recent quarterly filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission includes a note that the company has not yet built any "alpha" prototypes of the Model 3.

See how much Zillow Group brass made in 2014

How did you do in 2014? Execs at Zillow Group, the firm that houses portal giants Zillow and Trulia, did just fine, according to a regulatory document the firm filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission today...

Facebook’s 2015 Annual Meeting Set for June 11

Facebook will hold its 2015 annual meeting Thursday, June 11, at 11 a.m. PT, at the Santa Clara Marriott in Santa Clara, Calif., the social network announced in a Schedule 14A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Friday. The...Show More Summary

Phony financial adviser in Killeen

The Securities and Exchange Commission warns folks in the Killeen/Fort Hood area that there is a thief at work there under the guise of a financial adviser. He goes by the name of Leroy Brown, Junior and according to the article, he a former soldier; [T]he latest pretend adviser to emerge, Leroy Brown Jr., may […]

Superhero Mary Jo White to the Rescue

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Mary Jo White? In comic book-style ads plastered around Union Station and other subway stops in Washington, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission chairwoman is credited with superhuman powers—able to save Washington from invading monsters.       

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