The Justice Department has a new squad of crypto-cops, a new taste for white-collar criminal enforcement, a new demand for cyber-ransom notifications. And if you happen to know where all of Tether’s money is, it would appreciate a call on that, as well.
And maybe someone can explain all these other techy gadget stocks to them, as well.
You’re accredited and you’re accredited and YOU. ARE. ALL. ACCREDITED!
Which is nice but kind of beside the point, no?
It seems impossible, but appears mathematically true.
These eight-figure checks don’t send the message, “we don’t care.”
The SEC’s getting in just as Danske’s getting out—of Estonia.
Visium Asset Management can cut its last check, one made out to “U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.”
Something very weird is going on at the Securities and Exchange Commission.
"Hey, pay for this thing you hate" is apparently not the best enforcement mechanism.
Harness the limitless loss-making potential of day traders for your next criminal enterprise!
It means doing the hibbidy-dibbidy (and attending football games).
The SEC is not pleased.
One day soon, probably when she's shooting a follow-up to her 1988 holiday card to clients seen at left, we'll think back on this setback and laugh.