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  • The future of financial regulations under Trump administration

    Discussing the efforts to dismantle Dodd-Frank and other financial regulations with Paul Atkins, Patomak Global Partners CEO and former SEC commissioner.

  • The results of the notice from the Securities and Exchange Commission and any enforcement action related to the outage are unknown at this time, NYSE owner Intercontinental Exchange Inc said following the release of its financial results. NYSE has sent the SEC a letter defending its actions before and during the outage, he said. The outage resulted from a...

  • Feb 6- Tyson Foods Inc disclosed on Monday it has received a subpoena from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission following allegations it conspired with rivals for years to fix chicken prices. Tyson received the subpoena from the SEC on Jan. 20 in connection with an investigation related to the company, according to regulatory documents.

  • The seller of Jimmy Dean sausage and Ball Park hot dogs received a subpoena from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Jan. 20 in connection with an investigation related to the company, according to documents filed with the SEC. Chief Executive Tom Hayes declined to share details about the subpoena with reporters on a conference call after the company...

  • The seller of Jimmy Dean sausage and Ball Park hot dogs received a subpoena from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Jan. 20 in connection with an investigation related to the company, according to documents filed with the SEC. Commenting on the SEC subpoena, JPMorgan analyst Ken Goldman said "obviously it is not a positive" for Tyson shares.

  • Feb 6- Tyson Foods Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit, helped by higher beef and pork exports and lower livestock costs, and the company said it received a subpoena from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Net income attributable to Tyson rose to $593 million, or $1.59 per share, in the first quarter ended Dec. 31, from $461...

  • In papers filed in federal court in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the SEC said it would no longer pursue its civil case against former Thornburg CEO Larry Goldstone and former CFO Clarence Simmons, which had been set for a re-trial on Feb. 21. The SEC later in September dropped three remaining claims and said it would no longer pursue what the defense called its central...

  • NEW YORK, Feb 3- The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday dropped its case against two former executives at now-defunct home lender Thornburg Mortgage Inc in a lawsuit brought in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.

  • SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION DROPS CRISIS-ERA CASE AGAINST EX-THORNBURG MORTGAGE INC EXECUTIVES- COURT FILING.

  • In a 52-47 vote, the Republican-controlled Senate approved a resolution that wipes from the books a rule requiring companies such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron Corp to publicly state the taxes and other fees paid to foreign governments. After a series of legal battles, the Securities and Exchange Commission in June 2016 completed the regulation, which...

  • In a 52 to 47 vote, the Senate approved a resolution already passed by the House of Representatives that wipes from the books a rule requiring companies such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron Corp to publicly state the taxes and other fees they pay to foreign governments. Democrats in the Senate had raised concerns during debate late on Wednesday that Exxon's chief...

  • Feb 2- Snap Inc, owner of popular messaging service Snapchat, made many of its financial details public for the first time on Thursday, as it prepared to raise up to $3 billion in an initial public offering in New York that is expected to come in March. Snap had confidentially registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission late last year and kept the...

  • CEO and co-founder of Snapchat Evan Spiegel

    The filing showed Snapchat's revenue growth is astounding — and so are its losses.

  • *Panasonic Avionics probed by DOJ, SEC under FCPA, securities law. In a stock exchange filing, the Japanese electronics maker said Panasonic Avionics Corp, a major supplier of in-flight entertainment systems, is being probed by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Wall Street Journal reported in March 2013 that U.S....

  • *Panasonic Avionics probed by DOJ, SEC under FCPA, securities law. In a stock exchange filing, the Japanese electronics maker said Panasonic Avionics Corp, a major supplier of inflight entertainment systems, is being probed by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Panasonic Avionics is headquartered in California with over...

  • TOKYO, Feb 2- Panasonic Corp said on Thursday its avionics business is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and U.S. securities-related regulations. In a stock exchange filing, the Japanese electronics maker said its U.S.-based Panasonic Avionics Corp unit is...

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 30- The White House confirmed on Monday that a new executive order to slash regulations will not apply to independent regulatory agencies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, a spokeswoman said. President Donald Trump complained about the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law in a meeting with small business owners, in which he...

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 30- The White House confirmed on Monday that a new executive order to slash regulations will not apply to independent regulatory agencies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, a spokeswoman said. During the signing of the executive order, President Donald Trump complained about the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law and called it a "...

  • Snapchat co-founder and CEO Evan Spiegel

    The company will likely go public sometime in March, after a typical road show schedule that lasts nine weeks, Recode reports.

  • In a lawsuit filed in federal court in Brooklyn, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission accused Michael Cohen, who headed Och-Ziff's European office, and Vanja Baros, a former analyst, of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. In its lawsuit, the SEC said Cohen, 45, and Baros, 44, from 2007 to 2012 caused bribes to be paid to officials in Libya, Chad, Niger,...