$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.
As Ever, Martin Shkreli Gets The Spotlight All To Himself
This time, at his upcoming antitrust trial.
Twitter Can Only Deal With One Shareholder Lawsuit At A Time
The social-media giant is apparently as susceptible to bullying as its users.
Robinhood Deletes One Line From Voluminous ‘Legal Issues’ Section Of IPO Prospectus
Good enough to plow ahead!
Short Seller To Refund Company He Slammed And, More Painfully, Apologize
The only way to prove you really mean it when calling a short seller a liar is to sue and win.
Ken Griffin Not Willing To Share His Secrets Even To Punish Those Who (Allegedly) Stole Them
If GSA Capital can’t unsee Citadel’s code, can a judge?
No Time To Specify (That Our CEO Was Accused Of Sexual Battery)
Anchorage Capital appears to have forgotten that lawsuits are public record.
Steve Cohen Takes Gender Discrimination Off List Of Reasons Not To Let Him Buy Mets
Nothing to see here (anymore), Mr. Commissioner.
Barclays Haggles MBS Fine Down To $2 Billion, Celebrates
No choice but to surrender, eh, Jamie?
BlackRock And PIMCO Want A Slice Of That Sweet, Sweet Forex Settlement Action
Larry Fink is tired of watching all these regulators and pension funds hogging all the spoils.
Bridgewater Keeps Terms Of NLRB Settlement Sealed Because Ray Dalio Apparently Doesn't Understand Irony
You really tee'd this one up for us, Ray.
Deutsche Bank Might Only Have To Pay The DOJ 5.4 Billion Dollars
This is cause for celebration.
Deutsche Bank Summons Last Shred Of Dignity To Tell DOJ There's No Way In Hölle It's Paying $14 Billion
Like Deutsche Bank even has $14 billion lying around...
As JP Morgan Nears Settlement Over Asian Hiring Practices, Let's Remember The Super Star Of This Tale
Everybody give it up, one last time, for Gao Jue.
BofA Merrill Paying $14 Million Apology To The Millennial Trainees It Treated Like Old School Trainees
BriMo and Co. learn the hard way that kids these days will sue for working weekends.
CrossFit Promoter Accused Of Fraud Can Finally Workout In Peace Again
The entrepreneur accused of screwing over investors can pull tires around the gym tonight without a care in the world.
UBS Sorry About Using The Words "Crap" "Vomit" And "Kewl" Re: Notes It Sold To Hedge Fund Client
Traders at the Swiss bank (presumably!) won't make that mistake again.
Citigroup Sorry Angry Investors Who Lost Billions Feel That Way
And while the firm is not gonna admit it made any mistakes, it will offer said investors a hundred mill or so for their time.