The SEC charges an Atlanta real-estate developer with trading in Radiant Systems stock prior to the merger with NCR.
The industrial giant amended its bylaws to allow shareholders to include their director nominations in proxy materials.
After seven years of financial turmoil, the big trucking company finally exits survival mode.
YRC's controller is glad that a 2014 refinancing didn't fall under 'troubled debt restructuring,' like a 2011 recapitalization did.
A proposed rule requires disclosure of whether officers, directors and employees are allowed to hedge a price drop in their shareholdings.
The Greek government's "limited cash buffers and approaching debt redemptions to preferred creditors constrain its negotiating flexibility," said S&P.
The SEC and the Ontario Securities Commission are looking into trades made after a report of a possible Blackberry takeover by Samsung.
In 2014, 344 companies were targets of activist shareholders, but the average activist fund returned only 4%, finds a new study.
The 90-year-old company is on the verge of bankruptcy, as potential buyers of its storefronts wait in the wings.
Many community banks now owe TARP dividends to outside investors or have to buy back preferred shares at a premium.