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A key Senate Republican is asking U.S. securities regulators to extend for three months the time allotted for public comment on proposed rules aimed at fighting trading glitches on exchanges and clearinghouses.
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ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan registered 327 new limited liability companies during April this year, raising the corporate portfolio to 62,203 companies.
15 hrs ago | Indianapolis Business News
Senior executives at Indiana's public companies last year received, on average, more in perks than the typical Hoosier earned all year, IBJ found after reviewing Securities and Exchange Commission documents for more than 60 Indiana companies.
A sharp drop that drove Anadarko Petroleum Corp.'s to a penny in the last second of trading Friday exposes a vulnerability in trading rules adopted last month to curb sharp stock swings.
Editor's note: Al Franken, a Democrat, is a U.S. senator from Minnesota. Roger Wicker, a Republican, is a U.S. senator from Mississippi.
Thailand's asset-management industry has been voted third-best in the world, according to a global investor survey revealed by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Council of Institutional Investors has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to intervene after the main company that provides real-time tabulations on shareholder votes stopped giving this information to the groups that sponsor proposals.
The Securities and Exchange Commission's insider-trading investigation of former insurance executive Michael Van Gilder and former Delta Petroleum CEO Roger Parker began in the midst of the SEC's probe into insider trading at Mariner Energy Inc.
It is a victory for common sense. Tracking the trading behavior of company executives, directors and large shareholders in the stocks of firms they're registered in as "insiders" has proven to be profitable, according to both academic studies and the experience of professional investors.
Financial regulators are taking a harder line on exchanges amid concerns over their ability to police the markets they operate, as the SEC prepares to hit one with a record penalty.
If regulation-hating conservatives were serious about shrinking government, they should go whole hog and press for the elimination of the Securities and Exchange Commission .
Orchestrate Inc. has raised nearly $2.8 million from investors, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission .
The head of the Securities and Exchange Commission told lawmakers on Thursday that her agency, despite pressure from liberal groups, is not currently drafting a rule that would call for public companies to disclose their political spending.
Mutual funds are caught in the middle of one of the most contentious issues in American politics: Spending by big business to gain influence in Washington.
Admitted illegal inside trader Michael Van Gilder broke a promise not to act on information that billionaire Kirk Kerkorian was about to buy into Delta Petroleum, its former CEO says in court papers.
Many of Tampa Bay's smaller public companies pushed the deadline to file quarterly financial reports with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.