The United States Dropped The Ball On Corporate Responsibility... Outsiders Picked It Up And Ran
The federal government relies on some help these days.
SEC Churning Out Rules, Detailed Economic Analyses Thereof
Those opposed to said rules? Less so.
Prosecutors Pretty Sure You Can’t Lose Your Banks $10 Billion Legally
Which is bad news for Bill Hwang and the Archegos crew.
May Amazon Just Should Have Released That Third-Party Data Report
‘Cuz otherwise, you know, the SEC might just subpoena it.
Carl Icahn Sure Does Miss The Days When Presidents, SEC Chairs Were More Inclined To Listen To Carl Icahn
Unsurprisingly, Gary Gensler’s idea of sensible securities regulation does not align with Uncle Carl’s.
President Who Didn’t Care Much For Rules As President (Allegedly) Doesn’t Care Much For Them As SPAC Impresario
The Securities and Exchange Commission, on the other hand….
‘Wait, Senator, Don’t You Want To Hear About This Mug Who Said He Had An AI Supercomputer In His Mom’s Basement?’
Selections from the cutting-room floor of Gary Gensler’s Senate Banking Committee testimony.
No Time To Specify (That Our CEO Was Accused Of Sexual Battery)
Anchorage Capital appears to have forgotten that lawsuits are public record.
Oh, Is Disclosing The Source Of Half Our Revenue On A Page Called ‘How We Make Money’ A Big Deal?
Because Robinhood’s gotta plead ignorance (and probably a $10 million-plus settlement) on this one.
Private Equity Firms Don’t Do Things For Free, You Guys
The Securities and Exchange Commission is apparently shocked to learn.
Serial Bummer Jay Clayton Takes The Fun Out Of Coronavirus Bailouts
The first rule of bailout money is: Talk a lot about what you’re doing with your bailout money.