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3 min ago | BroadcastNewsroom
The Radant Technologies Division of Communications & Power Industries LLC provided a novel, quad-band satellite communications radome to support the recent successful flight demonstrations of ViaSat, Inc.'s first integrated Ku-band and Ka-band airborne satellite terminal. The demonstrations showed that the ViaSat terminal, utilizing a radome from the CPI Radant Technologies Division, can switch dynamically among six satellites and three satellite networks across both Ku-band and Ka-band frequencies.
4 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
At a beachside picnic table on this Caribbean island, where he lives in voluntary exile, former corporate raider Paul Bilzerian says he hasn't lost his taste for battling his enemies in the U.S. government. But 25 years after Mr. Bilzerian became a Wall Street felon, the Securities and Exchange Commission is quitting the fight, winding down its quest to collect a $62 million civil judgment against him for securities fraud.
6 hrs ago | Business Journal
Joseph Laurer was well known in southern Miami-Dade County as the president of the South Dade chapter of the AARP and a member of Homestead's General Employee Pension Board when he passed away in July, but federal authorities say he was running a Ponzi scheme.
6 hrs ago | Business Journal
Joseph Laurer was well known in southern Miami-Dade County as the president of the South Dade chapter of the AARP and a member of Homestead's General Employee Pension Board when he passed away in July, but federal authorities say he was running a Ponzi scheme. The 69-year-old, who also went by Dr. Josef V. Laurer , is the subject of a civil complaint by the Securities and Exchange Commission over an alleged investment fraud that raised $4.6 million from 50 mostly local investors.
7 hrs ago | Business Journal
Two residents of the Florida Keys were indicted for running a $300 million Ponzi scheme that sold investors vacation rental units. Fred Davis Clark Jr. and Cristal R. Clark were charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud and bank fraud for a scheme that allegedly defrauded 1,400 investors.
10 hrs ago | Business Journal
Proteon Therapeutics Inc. is planning an initial public offering according to a Tuesday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
12 hrs ago | Reuters
An information technology employee at a major U.S. law firm was arrested on Tuesday on charges that he engaged in an insider trading scheme that enabled him to earn nearly $297,000. Dmitry Braverman, a former senior information systems engineer at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, was charged with one count of securities fraud in a criminal complaint filed in New York.
12 hrs ago | GlobeNewswire
Identiv, Inc. , a global security technology company that provides trust solutions for premises, information, and everyday items, announced the closing of an underwritten public offering of 2,000,000 shares of its common stock at a public offering price of $15.00 per share. Identiv has also granted the underwriter a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 300,000 shares of common stock to cover overallotments, if any.
15 hrs ago | WTVF Nashville
Securities and Exchange Commission officials said a Tennessee-based animal feed company has agreed to pay back $18 million in illegal profits from an accounting fraud. In a news release, the SEC said Monday that AgFeed Industries and top company executives were charged in March for repeatedly reporting fake revenues from the company's China operations in order to meet financial targets and inflate AgFeed's stock price.
15 hrs ago | JD Supra
The Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission issued exemptive relief1 on September 8, 2014 to permit a registered commodity pool operator to keep its required CPO and commodity pool records at a location other than the CPO's "main business office" if certain conditions are met. Historically, CFTC rules generally mandated that registered CPOs maintain required CPO and commodity pool records at the CPO's main business address.
15 hrs ago | ThinkProgress
The United States only has one requirement relating to diversity on corporate boards. But it's so vague that employers get to fill in the blanks, and it's unlikely to change the fact that boards remain overly filled with white men anytime soon.
The Securities and Exchange Commission appears to be deciding whether to allow a new type of actively managed ETF to trade that does not regularly disclose its underlying holdings. Kevin M. O'Neill, a deputy secretary at the SEC, set a deadline of Nov. 7 as the date by which the agency will decide whether to approve a NASDAQ rule change that would allow exchange-traded managed fund shares to trade, according to a regulatory notice.
Century Bancorp major shareholder James J. Filler purchased 1,167 shares of the company's stock on the open market in a transaction that occurred on Monday, September 15th. The stock was purchased at an average cost of $34.80 per share, with a total value of $40,611.60.
Last week, the North American Securities Administrators Association withdrew its support for S. 1923 which, if enacted, would exempt "M&A brokers" from the broker registration requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. In this letter to Senators Joe Manchin and David Vitter, Arkansas Securities Commissioner A. Heath Abshure blamed NASAA's change in position on the "inexplicable removal from the bill of a basic and critical provision disqualifying 'bad actors' from qualifying for the registration exemption established by the bill .
Can merely late filing of "routine" forms get you in trouble with the SEC? Yes, at least if it happens too often. On Wednesday the SEC announced charges and financial penalties totaling $2.6 million against 28 officers, directors, and major shareholders for repeated late filing of SEC forms reporting holdings and transactions in company stock, and six publicly traded companies for contributing to filing failures by insiders or failing to report their insiders' filing delinquencies.
Fast-casual pizza hot spot &pizza looks to be getting a lot hotter in the coming months.
In a recent matter before the SEC, settlement of an FCPA claim with Smith & Wesson has raised some worrisome new issues for compliance officers. This settlement is noteworthy for two reasons: A determination by the SEC that a company has an "inadequate compliance program" may give rise to a new SEC claim for violation of the Securities Exchange Act.
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA / ACCESSWIRE / September 15, 2014 / Medical Alarm Concepts Holding, Inc. , today announced the completion and filing of its 10-Q for the quarter ending September 30, 2013. The work was conducted by Paritz & Company, P.A. and the filing of Form 10-Q with the Securities & Exchange Commission was for the fiscal quarter ending Sept 30, 2013.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:40 pm
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