Pro golfer Phil Mickelson was not charged but agreed to pay back the profits on the trades he made.
The Obama administration says its new overtime rule will strengthen the middle class but a business group calls it a "career killer."
The SEC says J. Mac Rust and Christopher Benner siphoned off client funds to pay themselves and invest in risky securities.
The public shell companies the defendants sold included an e-cigarette marketer, an online résumé-building service, and a portal to view movie…
The two office supply giants scuttled their proposed $6.3 billion merger after a judge said regulators had shown it would be anticompetitive.
How will online lenders fare in an adverse credit environment? More transparency on loans and securitization markets is needed, says Treasury.
The measures include requiring financial institutions to identify the beneficial owners of companies opening accounts with them.
The SEC says Louis Martin Blazer took money from the account of a pro athlete to invest in "Mafia the Movie" and another film.
ForceField Energy's ex-chairman allegedly paid a publisher and others to hype its stock in exchange for kickbacks they did not disclose.
A senior engineering executive traded on material, nonpublic information about a pending merger between two semiconductor firms.