Under a scaled-down deal, Walgreens would buy roughly half of Rite Aid’s stores.
Former Penn West CFO Todd Takeyasu and two deputies improperly reduced operating expenses, SEC says.
The answer is unequivocally no, according to noted bond analyst Christopher Whalen, who calls them "a monumental waste of time and money."
While millions would become uninsured if the bill became law, group health plans would mostly benefit, observers say.
The Financial Choice Act passed the House on a party-line vote but “there is zero chance that [it] survives” in its current form in the Senate.
Regulators had fined the rating agency $1.4 million for publishing a "misleading" report that flagged Chinese companies for weak corporate governance.
The court hands Wall Street firms a major victory by finding disgorgement is a penalty subject to a five-year statute of limitations.
The bank agrees to pay $41 million for allowing "significant deficiencies" in its monitoring of billions of dollars in potentially suspicious…
Analysts at Deerfield Capital allegedly used tips from a government employee in advance of announcements on Medicare reimbursement rates.
Banamex USA will pay $97.4 million to resolve allegations that it failed to properly monitor millions of dollars in remittance payments to Mexico.