U.S. regulators allege that Elon Musk committed securities fraud by making false statements about plans to take the company private.
If only investors knew exactly what they were getting into—and what they aren’t going to get out of it.
Filmmaker Jed Rothstein and activist Dan David explore an epidemic of unchecked financial fraud.
Investigative reporter Steve Fishman explains how Bernie Madoff was able to pull off one of the largest financial crimes in U.S. history, and whether regulators have taken steps to ensure Americans won't get conned again.
Non-football fans might be tempted to say, "Who cares?" But anyone interested in fairness should care.
Jay Clayton represented big banks and corporations as a law partner at Sullivan & Cromwell. At the Securities and Exchange Commission, he will be expected to police such companies.
The lawmakers cite a ProPublica report that the Trump White House removed U.S. Attorney Bharara while he was investigating Health Secretary Tom Price.
"You should resign, you should give back the money you took while this scam was going on and you should be criminally investigated by both the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission."
With stupefying arrogance, Clinton tried during Sunday's debate to tie her rival to the Great Recession—an economic crisis that actually was fostered by Bill Clinton, his aides and even one of her own campaign advisers.
The Securities and Exchange Commission just ruled that large publicly held corporations must disclose the ratios of their top executives' pay to the average pay of their workers.