Republicans Believe In Shareholder Democracy About As Much As Actual Democracy
Which is to say, as long as it aligns with their own interests.
Credit Suisse Shareholders Open Door To Lawsuits, Simultaneously Begin Filing Them
A modicum of competence and attention to fiduciary duties may be necessary to get that legal liability discharge.
Credit Suisse Investor Would Like To Know A Bit More About That $5.5 Billion Loss, Suspects Bank May Not Be Especially Well-Run
In fact, Norges Bank Investment Management would like a pretty thorough check before it forgoes its right to sue everyone.
If Shareholder Activism Is Poker, Marc Lasry Doesn’t Even Know How Many Cards To Draw
You have to be formally in the game to play it.
Robinhood Giving Shares To Its Poor Users, Sending The Rich (Those Companies) The Bill
As with everything else it does, regulators are getting ready to pull the plug.
Will There Be Anything Left For Gary Gensler To Do At The SEC?
Interim chief Allison Herren Lee keeps taking things off his plate.
Jay Clayton Really Making Up For Three Years Of Procrastination
Gut shareholder democracy? Check. Put a crimp in whistleblowing? Check.