New business volumes dropped substantially in July and are off 8% compared with 2015, says ELFA.
The private equity firm failed to properly disclose fees and conflicts of interest to limited partners in some funds, the SEC said.
From current financial reports, it's impossible to tell whether companies are parking cash in prime or government money market funds.
U.S. consumers continue to enlarge their balance sheets with automobile and credit card loans, as well as mortgages.
Hosting the Rio Olympics will be a net negative for Brazil's economy, predicts Euler Hermes.
A less favorable economic outlook had some banks tightening standards for commercial and industrial loans in July, said the Federal Reserve.
Plaintiff filings in federal courts are up 17%, and as many as 6% of S&P 500 companies could be the target of such suits this year.
Lender EverBank is in talks with a prospective buyer, in what would be one of the largest banking takeovers since the financial crisis.
Among other things, the accountant and his firm failed to detect fraudulent sales and identify related-party transactions, says the SEC.
It was an active Monday for acquisitions, with four large deals announced, including Verizon's $4.8 billion agreement to acquire Yahoo.