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Haima Marlier, a former senior trial counsel for the SEC, says recent trading suspensions show the SEC is "very much paying attention."
In the world of high-speed trading, a lot can happen in .000002 seconds.
Tweets from Feb. 19 projected the number of cars the company will make this year.
The chairman of the storied retailer has proposed a $4.6 billion bid to save what's left of the 130-year-old chain.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission sued the Tesla CEO for what it says was misleading tweets that hurt investors. A former SEC lawyer tells us what could be next.
The commission is asking for an order that would stop Musk from being “an officer or director” of any public company.
There’s a dance called earnings season that happens in the corporate world every three months. Public companies are required to open their books and add up all those debits and credits so that investors, analysts, and the media can comb…
The company is weathering growing pains and may retreat from the stock market spotlight.