Former CNBC Talking Head Suddenly Not Interested In Showing His Face
In fairness to James McDonald, television is a much more welcoming venue than an SEC hearing room or courthouse.
Firm Selling Hot Pre-IPO Shares Didn’t Actually Own Those Pre-IPO Shares, Per Se
But StraightPath’s got promises! Lots of promises.
GameStop Chairman Offers Masterclass On Legal Pump-And-Dump
His Bed Bath & Beyond trading may “stink to high heaven,” but if he left no paper trail he’s probably in the clear.
Private Equity Execs Decide To Help SEC’s Case Against Them
Everything the regulators says is true, apparently, but only to a not-illegal extent.
Donald Trump's Got 99 problems, And A Snitch Is Only One
CFO Allen Weisselberg pleads guilty, will testify against Trump Org but not Trump ... Like there's a difference.
Public Relations Official Allegedly Found Another Way To Leach Off A Client
Her firm certainly didn’t help Equifax avoid any bad press post-hack, but she managed to find a way to generate some of her own.
Is A Fraud A Fraud If It’s A Pandemic Relief Fraud Too Small To Draw A Fraud Probe?
There really was $10,000 in free money to be had by those with few scruples and enough sense to keep it modest.
Turns Out Spoofing Isn’t Harder To Prove Than Racketeering
Prosecutors can save themselves the trouble going forward.
Hedge Fund Manager Wants To Know How He Can Be Guilty Of Violating Rules That Were Impossible To Understand
The Platinum Partners saga keeps giving and giving.
JPMorgan Might Wish Its Metals Desk Didn’t Allegedly Spoof Just To Keep Its Secrets Out Of Open Court
This is even worse than a $1 billion settlement.
Stephen Buyer, Republican Who Served Nearly 2 Decades In Congress, Arrested For Insider Trading
Given the misbehavior from various lawmakers that we’ve all had to begrudgingly endure in recent years, the idea that a former congressman should know better than to insider trade almost seems quaint.
Guy Who Policed Insider Trading Before Claiming Insider Trading Doesn’t Exist Pleads Guilty To Insider Trading
Gene Levoff’s career comes full circle.
UBS Took Over A Credit Suisse Strategy So It Gets To Pay The Fine For It
Some rare good news for Credit Suisse.
Credit Suisse: Law Designed To Protect Our Clients Actually Protects Us From Them
Hey, when you’re in Thomas Gottstein’s shoes, you’ll grasp at any disreputable straw you can find.
Better.com Allegedly A Good Deal Worse Than It Told SPAC Investors
And Vishal Garg is allegedly every bit the peach you’d have guessed from that Zoom firing.
Ex-Citadel COVID Scammer’s Lockdown Extended By Four Years
And relocated to bucolic, barbed-wired surroundings.
$15 Million Escrow Account Enough To Make $410 Million Fraud Allegations Go Away
There may be less than meets the eye in the SEC’s case against p.e. firm StraightPath Venture Partners.
Jeez, If You Didn’t Know Any Better, You’d Almost Say Deutsche Bank Looks Like A Criminal Organization
What with all of the cops crawling all over the place and all.
Always Have A Better Plan B Than Asking To Go To The Bathroom And Just Not Coming Back
Because the SEC and Justice Department? Yea, they’re gonna come back.
Ripping Off Your Fellow Creditors Disqualifies You From Bankruptcy Committees And Maybe From Running A Hedge Fund, But Not From Being A Lawyer
Six months’ suspension for six months in jail, apparently.