Canada's largest utility owner buys a Midwest electricity transmission provider for $6.9 billion.
A relationship between an ecommerce executive and a gas station operator leads to trading on inside information.
The whistleblower suit alleged Moody's issued false credit ratings on complex securities, costing the U.S. government billions.
Will end-to-end encryption become ubiquitous across applications and services and allow criminals to hide from law enforcement? Not likely.
Aetna's CEO has "serious concerns about the sustainability of the public exchanges."
The SEC and New York State allege the banks misrepresented that they would keep high-frequency traders out of their alternative trading systems.
While regulators frown on a company's auditor handling its taxes, new research suggests that such concern is unwarranted.
The European Parliamentary Research Service has estimated that corporate tax-dodging costs the EU between $54.5 billion and $76.4 billion a year.
The lifting of restrictions on direct financing continues the Obama administration's efforts to normalize trade with the island nation.
The oilfield services supplier has taken another step to ease the concerns of regulators who fear the merger would be anticompetitive.