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The FDIC sued the banks over their role as trustees of nearly $2.2 billion of securities purchased by failed financial institution Guaranty Bank.
The SEC says a Citigroup unit failed to review thousands of transactions as part of its daily surveillance of trades.
A Wisconsin judge rules Kohl's didn't prove that Janet Schalk's move to Hudson's Bay posed a direct competitive threat.
The SEC alleged two Citigroup affiliates duped investors by claiming that hedge funds were safe, low-risk, and "bond substitutes."
For the first time, the agency outlines how it will use its unfairness powers under antitrust law but a GOP commissioner dissents.
The SEC says ITG's Project Omega misused the confidential data of its "dark pool" subscribers to make trades.
Hackers accessed the earnings announcements of more than 100 companies and traded on the information.
After nearly three years of litigation, the tanker company's former CFO is among the defendants who agreed to settle securities fraud claims.