Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC agreed Monday to pay $4.25 million for submitting deficient information to the SEC over a two-year period about trades by customers, commonly referred to as “blue sheet data.”… Continue Reading
Andy Spalding’s post On soccer and social change: It’s not about the sport was nicely articulated and I couldn’t agree more.
The FIFA football scandal transcends geographies and socio-economic barriers.… Continue Reading
So far, the federal government and 28 U.S. states have opened investigations into VW’s emission test cheating. Other countries investigating VW or its former CEO include South Korea, Switzerland, France, Italy, and Germany.… Continue Reading
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust filed a lawsuit in New York Thursday against Brazil’s state-owned oil giant and its auditor, alleging the loss of millions of dollars from the ongoing graft scandal.… Continue Reading