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Last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission published its long-awaited proposed rules for the most radical part of the JOBS Act of 2012.
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That question is due for airing at a event in Washington on Thursday focused on the role of proxy advisers like Institutional Shareholder Services and Glass, Lewis & Co.
According to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission it is that time of year again - the time when the Oregon Angel Fund begins raising money for its next year's worth of investments.
A registration statement related to these debt securities has been filed with the SEC; however, it is not yet effective.
Two years after being charged with participating in a massive bribery scheme, the former chief financial officer in Argentina for the German engineering giant Siemens AG has reached settlement terms with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, according to court papers.
Corporate boards and management should engage with shareholders to help improve governance, the top U.S. securities regulator said Tuesday, laying out what she sees as some positive outcomes from increased investor activism.
A Miami-based trader was charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday for insider trading in the stock of a Chinese company.
The Securities and Exchange Commission's decision to remove a political spending rule from its annual agenda has irked House and Senate Democrats pushing the proposal and the lawmakers said they will continue to press the agency to act.
OCTOBER 30: U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks during a briefing on a Securities and Exchange Commission proposed rule October 30, 2013 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
The Securities and Exchange Commission asked Morgan Stanley about "multiple significant deficiencies" in its financial reporting after the firm corrected accounting errors involving loan cash flows, income taxes and derivatives contracts.
We also see the Quantitative Easing ending with Bernanke's regime, pointing out that there are more uncertainties in the market and they affect all of us.
Healthways' activist investor just got more active. Conan Laughlin, manager of Boston-based hedge fund North Tide Capital, LLC wrote a letter to the Healthways board of directors Monday, calling on the board to immediately replace Healthways' current CEO Ben Leedle.
Liberal activists pledged Monday to lobby the Securities and Exchange Commission to reconsider its move dropping corporate political disclosure from the agency's priority list.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is pursuing a rule that would raise investment-advice standards for brokers - just not in the near future.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Monday called for changes to the U.S. financial risk council that could slow the process by which it designates large financial firms as "systemic," subjecting them to tougher supervision.
A New Hampshire man accused of bilking investors in Maine and New Hampshire has been banned from the securities industry.
Christopher Nassetta, president and CEO of Hilton Worldwide, is credited with expanding the chain and improving customer loyalty.