"Our order requires a culture of privacy sensitivity for Uber," Acting FTC Chair Maureen Ohlhausen says of the settlement.
Wall Street Journal article criticizing feds' level of enforcement this year is off-base, the attorney explains.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton praises James Doty’s decision to stay on while the PCAOB starts to fill four vacant posts.
The SEC says two Tennessee men and an associate diverted investor funds for their own benefit, to pay salesmen and advertise for new investors.
The emphasis on Chinese steel is just the latest example of how narrow political interests in the U.S. have commandeered China-U.S. relations.
Researchers find that companies' political connections may boost SEC scrutiny rather than deter it.
The activist investor is planning to name a minority slate to the ADP board as he seeks "transformational change" at the company.
You can’t lose a customer’s or an employee’s data if you don’t have it.
Total shareholder return likely would rise only slightly if repatriated, foreign-earned profits were no longer taxable in the U.S., a study finds.
S&P Dow Jones Indices and FTSE Russell take a stand against companies that deny shareholders a say in how a company is run.