U.S. authorities say traders for three banks used the "Cartel' online chatroom to manipulate the price of U.S. dollars and euros.
The automaker is in "advanced discussions" over an agreement that would further extricate it from the diesel emission cheating scandal.
An FDIC lawsuit alleges the bank may ultimately have underreported its deposit insurance liability by more than $1 billion.
Altering an unwritten policy, the DOJ eases pressure on companies to fire executives involved in FCPA wrongdoing.
In a settlement of a CFTC lawsuit, the former New Jersey governor also agreed to a lifetime ban from the futures industry.
The SEC alleges the company generated more than $51 million in illicit profits by bribing government officials in Africa and Asia.
The SEC says the hackers generated $3 million in illicit profits by stealing nonpublic information from law firms' computer networks.
The settlements with U.S. authorities ease investor concerns over the impact of the MBS scandal on the shaky European banking industry.
Due diligence vendors described some of the loans underlying the securities as having the “distinct aroma of default.”
Those with revenue of $10M to $50M would benefit if the law were replaced, says a small-business adviser.