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Judge strikes down SEC deal with Citigroup

Nov 28, 2011
A district judge said the SEC's proposed $285 million settlement with Citigroup over the sale of toxic mortgage debt was not in the public interest.

SEC rules (not a declarative statement)

Oct 14, 2011
Yesterday, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued guidelines for how companies should disclose cyber attacks. Sen. John D. Rockefeller (D -...

Walkie-talkie payola?

Sep 27, 2011
The Justice Department and Securities Exchange Commission are looking into Motorola Solutions to see whether it offered bribes to foreign...

Wall Street watchdogs face budget cuts in Congress

Mar 10, 2011
At a time of dramatically increased responsibilities for two key financial regulatory bodies, there are strong calls to cut back on funding for the...

LinkedIn preparing to go public

Jan 6, 2011
LinkedIn Corp., a social networking company for professionals, plans to go public....

Tell the SEC What to Do With Whistleblowers

Dec 17, 2010
Do you have strong feelings about how the Security and Exchange Commission defines "Major Security-Based Swap Participant"?...

On 2nd anniversary of Madoff's Ponzi scheme arrest, son found dead

Dec 12, 2010
It's been two years since federal authorities hauled Bernie Madoff to lock-up for confessing to be the biggest con man in financial history. Thi...

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MID-DAY UPDATE: Coffee cup problems

Aug 25, 2010
Have a cup of coffee this morning? Sustainability reporter Adriene Hill tells us why that cup is raising some environmental issues. The SEC wil...

MID-DAY UPDATE: A reason to check the mailbox again

Jul 20, 2010
*The Mid-Day Update is a five-day-a-week podcast from the Marketplace Morning Report co-hosted by Bill Radke and Steve Chiotakis that wraps up the...