- Prosecutor: Executives lied as NYC law firm failed Updated: Mar-06-14 6:34 pm
- Goldman cites US probe of how it allocates bonds Updated: Feb-28-14 7:11 pm
- Correction: Movie Investment Scams story Updated: Feb-27-14 12:46 pm
- Morgan Stanley in preliminary deal to settle probe Updated: Feb-25-14 6:49 pm
- SEC rejects NY fund's request for bank disclosures Updated: Feb-24-14 6:13 pm
- Credit Suisse to pay $196M to settle SEC charges Updated: Feb-21-14 4:32 pm
- 2 Hong Kong firms paying $10.9M in SEC settlement Updated: Feb-11-14 7:49 pm
NEW YORK - Three former executives conspired to hide a powerhouse law firm's snowballing financial problems from auditors and even their own partners as it headed toward collapse in the nation's biggest law firm bankruptcy, prosecutors said Thursday.
WASHINGTON - Goldman Sachs has disclosed that federal regulators are examining how it divides up newly issued bonds among investors.
LOS ANGELES - In a story Feb. 20 about six people being charged with bilking investors with phony movie scams, The Associated Press, relying on a statement from the U.S. attorney's office, erroneously reported that neither film was produced. In fact, the movie "Beyond the Mat" was shot, according to producer Kase Chong and a U.S. attorney's spokesman.
NEW YORK - Morgan Stanley said it has reached a preliminary agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle an investigation into the investment bank's subprime mortgage business.
ALBANY, New York - The Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected shareholder proposals from New York's comptroller that would have asked two major banks to disclose which employees are capable of exposing them to major losses because of their portfolios and bonus incentives.
Credit Suisse Group AG will pay $196 million to settle charges that it violated federal securities law by providing cross-border financial services for U.S. clients without registering with regulators.
WASHINGTON - Two Hong Kong investment firms have agreed to pay a total of $10.9 million to settle U.S. regulators' allegations of insider trading prior to the takeover of a Canadian oil and gas producer by China's state-owned oil company CNOOC.