The Securities and Exchange Commission
SEC Fines Marvell Over ‘Pull-In’ Scheme
Regulators said senior management orchestrated the scheme to meet revenue guidance.
SEC Freezes Accounts of Digital Token Promoter
Regulators said Reginald Middleton and his firm Veritaseum failed to register and fraudulently sold ‘VERI’ tokens.
Former Brixmor Property CFO and CEO Charged with Accounting Fraud
The SEC charged the company and four former executives with manipulating non-GAAP measures.
Sealed Air Fires CFO Amid SEC Investigation
The Bubble Wrap maker terminated Bill Stiehl over an ongoing investigation into the company’s accounting practices.
Former Tech Exec Settles with SEC
Daniel Mattes allegedly overstated earnings while selling private shares in Jumio.
SEC Charges College Controller with Fraud
Keith Borge of the College of New Rochelle agreed to a partial settlement over allegations he misstated assets.
SEC Seeks Contempt Sanctions for Musk
Regulators say Elon Musk has not sought pre-approval for social media statements, as required by a settlement agreement.
SEC Names Gabriel Benincasa as First Chief Risk Officer
The position was created in the wake of the 2016 cyberattack to help identify and mitigate risks.
Judge Signs Order for Musk to Respond to SEC Contempt Motion
The Tesla chief needs to explain why he had not violated a settlement agreement that required him to get approval before sending company related tweets.
SEC Proposes Rule to ‘Test the Waters’ Before IPOs
The move is part of a push to make it easier for companies to go public amid a 50% decline in U.S. listings over the past two decades.