A senior engineering executive traded on material, nonpublic information about a pending merger between two semiconductor firms.
The National Credit Union Administration wants to reduce risk-taking but credit unions say the rule would give the agency too much power.
The loss reflects VW's writedown of $18.2 billion for costs related to the scandal and analysts predict the final number could reach $32 billion.
The heightened scrutiny could result in a mass exodus of compliance officers from their positions, research suggests.
Prosecutors say it is the first criminal case to allege accounting fraud against city officials in connection with the sale of municipal bonds.
The IRS Office of Appeals found that the automotive supplier should not be treated as a domestic corporation for U.S. federal income tax purposes.
The proposal is intended to make it easier for lead auditors to spot deficiencies in the work of outside auditors.
The firms now have until Oct. 1 to show they can survive a financial collapse without a taxpayer bailout.
CEOs are planning more aggressive growth strategies over the next three years. Guess who will have a pivotal role?
The SEC says Ken Paxton hyped Servergy to investors without disclosing he had been paid for his promotional efforts.