U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
SEC Charges Former MiMedx Execs With Fraud
The C-suite executives allegedly improperly recognized revenue from distributors with which MiMedx had secret side arrangements.
Ex-Outcome Health Execs Charged With Fraud
The SEC says the CFO and two other executives misrepresented Outcome's financial performance to raise nearly $500 million from investors.
Whistleblower Tips to SEC Top 5,200 in FY 2019
“The whistleblower program continues to have a significant positive impact on the commission’s enforcement efforts and protection of investors and markets."
Feds Investigate Under Armour’s Accounting Practices
The investigation involves whether the company shifted sales from quarter to quarter to make results appear stronger.
Proxy Adviser Sues SEC Over New Guidance
Institutional Shareholder Services says its lawsuit is necessary to litigation to be necessary to "prevent the chill of proxy advisers’ protected speech."
SEC Names White House Aide to PCAOB
Rebekah Goshorn Jurata replaces Kathleen Hamm, a cybersecurity expert who had been seeking a second term on the board.
SEC Pulls Plug on Telegram Initial Coin Offering
“The SEC isn’t playing around. It's time these [ICO] companies recognize this.”
Block.one Fined $24M Over Initial Coin Offering
The blockchain startup is the latest company to be sanctioned by the SEC for failing to provide a registration statement for a digital asset offering.
Warren Slams SEC Oversight of Rating Firms
“There are strong indications that rating agencies are continuing to prop up risky financial products," the senator told SEC Chair Jay Clayton.
SEC OKs Rule to Extend ‘Test-the-Waters’ Tool
All companies will now be able to gauge the interest of institutional investors in a possible public offering before filing a registration statement.
Comscore Fined $5M Over Accounting Fraud
The data analytics giant's former CEO allegedly improperly recognized revenue from non-monetary transactions to beat Wall Street estimates.