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Senate Democrats Press SEC on Companies’ Political Donations

Nearly every Senate Democrat on Monday called on the Securities and Exchange Commission to require corporations to disclose their political spending.

“More Than 40 U.S. Senators Call for Disclosure of Corporate Political Spending”

Release: In a letter released today, 44 senators are calling on U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Mary Jo White to act on a rulemaking petition that would require companies to disclose their political spending. Spearheaded by U.S. Sens. … Continue reading ?

Dog Days for the SEC

This summer has been a hot one for the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). In particular over the past couple of months, the SEC has been busy promoting and defending its rules and practices in front of federal courts acrossShow More Summary

Predictive analytics startup HireIQ Solutions raises $1M from TechOperators

An Atlanta hiring software startup has raised $1 million, according to a Securities & Exchange Commission filing. HireIQ Solutions Inc. (formerly Toomah LLC), automates call center hiring by using predictive analytics software to identify...Show More Summary

“DC Circuit Spurns GOP Challenge to SEC Pay-to-Play Rule”

Brian Svoboda: The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit today left standing the Securities and Exchange Commission’s “pay-to-play” rule, which bars investment advisers from providing paid services to state and local governments when making certain … Continue reading ?

Tim Cook awarded $58M of Apple stock for performance & tenure achievements

As noted in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission today, Tim Cook on Monday was awarded 560,000 restricted Apple stock units. Cook was given these stocks as time and performance awards. At Apple’s stock price at the end of day Tuesday of $103.12, those stocks are worth roughly $57.5 million. Cook chose […]

Apple's Cook awarded $58M worth of AAPL stock for meeting performance goals, sells none

According to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook yesterday acquired 560,000 restricted stock units, split evenly between time- and performance-based awards, worth more than $57 million.

CEOs Of Chipotle, CVS, Discovery, Walmart Make The Most Compared To Employees’ Wages

Earlier this month, the Securities and Exchange Commission finalized a long-delayed rule that will require many businesses to publicly disclose the ratio of their top executive’s pay to the earnings of the typical employee. If the data in a newly released report is accurate, then the CEOs of Chipotle, CVS, Walmart, and Discovery Communications are each making more than … [More]

The average S&P 500 CEO makes more than 200 times the median worker

Earlier this month, the Securities and Exchange Commission approved a rule that will require companies, starting in 2017, to disclose a simple calculation: At what multiple is the chief executives' compensation vs. the median-compensated worker. Show More Summary

Court rejects Republican challenge to SEC pay-to-play rule

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A U.S. appeals court handed the Securities and Exchange Commission a victory on Tuesday by dismissing a challenge from two state Republican parties to the regulator’s pay-to-play rule for investment advisers. Republicans in New York and Tennessee said the rule, which places some restrictions...

Tim Cook’s email to Jim Cramer may have violated SEC rules, say lawyers

The email Apple CEO Tim Cook sent to CNBC analyst Jim Cramer, and which was read on the air, may have violated Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, according to lawyers speaking to MarketWatch. The regulations are designed to ensure that information that may impact a company’s share price is made available to the public in a fair and […]

Twitter faces questions over metrics

Twitter regularly changes its own metrics for success - and now the US Securities and Exchange Commission is taking note. ||| San Francisco - Twitter has regularly changed its own metrics for success, and the US Securities and Exchange Commission is noticing. Show More Summary

Apple Slips Back: MarketWatch Asks if Cook Email Broke Reg-FD

Apple (AAPL) shares are down 38 cents, or 0.4%, at $105.38, after MarketWatch‘s Jennifer Booton a short while ago posted the question of whether CEO Tim Cook may have violated Securities & Exchange Commission rules when he communicated in an email to CNBC‘s Jim Cramer this morning that business was generally doing well in China. That email may have helped Apple […]

Grand Theft Auto series has shipped over 220m copies

The Grand Theft Auto series has shipped over 220m copies in total, publisher Take-Two revealed in a financial report to the US Securities and Exchange Commission. GTA5 alone shipped 54m and it remains the fastest game to ever make a billion dollars, which it raised in three days. Show More Summary

Thank goodness this sort of thing doesn’t happen in politics or the media

“The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that BNY Mellon has agreed to pay $14.8 million to settle charges that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) by providing valuable student internships to family members...Show More Summary

Phigenix plans $10.5M raise

An Atlanta-based biotech plans to raise $10.5 million, according to a Securities & Exchange Commission filing. Phigenix Inc. uses molecular therapeutics that target the immune system to prevent and fight prostate cancer. The companyShow More Summary

Citigroup Agrees To Pay $15 Million After SEC Files Compliance Violation Issues

Citigroup Inc has agreed to pay a $15 fine after the SEC filed civil charges against the group for failing to implement procedures that would detect and prevent insider trading. The Securities and Exchange Commission accepted the settlement...Show More Summary

Bank of New York Mellon Settles Bribery Case Over Interns

The Securities and Exchange Commission accused the bank of doling out three internships to appease officials at a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund.

Citigroup Affiliates Agree To Repay $179.5 Million After Misleading Hedge Fund Investors

Two Citigroup Inc. affiliates have agreed to pay $179.5 million after being charged by federal regulators for misleading investors in hedge funds that later collapsed. On Monday, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced...Show More Summary

Citigroup to Pay $180 Million Over Collapsed Hedge Funds

The settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission comes more than seven years after the two hedge funds collapsed, saddling investors with billions of dollars in losses.

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