Former SEC Chief Thinks Commission Could Boost Climate Focus
But investor demand for environmental information will drive companies to disclose it, Mary Schapiro says.
Activists Urge SEC to Require Disclosure of Political Spending
By not forcing companies to reveal their political contributions, the Securities and Exchange Commission is caving into partisan pressure, say activists.
The Sterner, Stricter SEC
The Securities and Exchange Commission is determined to catch accounting manipulators, says Mary Jo White. But will it have the money and means to do so?
Money-Market Fund Reform Down, Not Out
U.S. regulators are committed to increasing regulation on a popular holding for corporate cash.
Money Market Reform Fight Not Over Yet
Despite a setback at the SEC, U.S. regulators are still committed to imposing more regulation on a popular holding place for corporate cash.