The suit seeking to overturn a 1986 law aligns Microsoft with the tech industry in a high-stakes battle over privacy rights.
The oil and gas producer has an agreement with bondholders to eliminate about $400 million in debt from its balance sheet.
Prosecutors say it is the first criminal case to allege accounting fraud against city officials in connection with the sale of municipal bonds.
The world’s largest private-sector coal company is seeking to recover from a "substantial debt burden amid a historically challenged industry."
The SEC says Ken Paxton hyped Servergy to investors without disclosing he had been paid for his promotional efforts.
"I have never seen [a merger] that poses so many antitrust problems in so many markets," a top Justice Department official says.
The SEC says the company misled investors about its efforts to show compliance with emission standards.
MetLife's victory in a legal battle with regulators could encourage other institutions to challenge the "systemically important" designation.
The ex-CFO of Aveo Pharmaceuticals and other top executives allegedly failed to disclose FDA concerns about an experimental cancer drug.
The SEC says Tobin Smith made false statements about a penny stock company and failed to fully disclose his compensation.