With "disclosure-only" settlements falling out of favor with courts, fewer investors are suing companies for additional information on planned deals.
Former technician Martin Tripp told the SEC that Tesla has put defective batteries in cars to meet production quotas.
The appeal, if successful, would unravel AT&T's takeover of Time Warner but legal experts see it as a long shot.
Robert Carr and his girlfriend allegedly made more than $250,000 after he tipped her off to a takeover of Heartland Payment Systems.
Ex-CEO Kevin Modany and ex-CFO Daniel Fitzpatrick were accused of hiding the failure of two student loan programs that ITT had guaranteed.
Businesses' total cost of risk declined again in 2017, but cyber insurance costs moved in the opposite direction, rising 33%.
Proposed amendments to the rules would give commissioners more discretion over the size of whistleblower awards; some say they could undercut the…
Edward DiMaria will be sentenced in September for using "cushion" accounting to inflate Bankrate's reported revenue and earnings.
Amendments to the SRC rules will allow about 1,000 additional companies to qualify for scaled-down disclosure requirements.
The SEC says two friends of the analyst made nearly $300,000 in illicit profits on tips he gave them about a client's impending acquisition.