Morgan Stanley to Pay $35M Fine for Exposing 15M Customer Records

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reached a deal with Morgan Stanley over the latter’s failure to protect customer data.

VMware Agrees to Settle With SEC Over Fraud Charges

VMware has agreed to a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over fraud charges.

Elon Musk’s Twitter Cancellation Letter

Elon Musk’s cancellation letter to Twitter by his legal team may be a crushing blow to Twitter’s business, not just this deal.

Baidu Warned it May Be Delisted Over Audit Concerns

Chinese search giant Baidu has been warned it may be delisted as a result of audit concerns.

SEC May Require Companies to Disclose Their Climate Impact

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed rules that would require companies to disclose their environmental impact to investors.

Meta May Leave EU Market Over Privacy Regulations

Meta is threatening to leave the EU market if it’s not allowed to share EU user data with its US-based data centers.

Reddit Is Going Public

After months of speculation and preparation, Reddit has filed to go public.

Coinbase Lets International Users Earn Interest on Crypto

Coinbase has announced that it will let international users earn interest on their crypto holdings.

SEC Closes Investigation Into GameStop Stock Fiasco

The SEC has investigated so called “meme stocks,” such as GameStop’s epic run, ultimately deciding there was no wrongdoing.

Ransomware Attack Takes Down Sinclair TV Stations

Sinclair appears to be the latest victim of a ransomware attack, with its channels going down over the weekend.

Coinbase Wants a Dedicated Federal Regulator for Crypto

Coinbase is calling on the US government to establish a new regulator for the crypto and digital assets market.

Coinbase Abandons Lend Feature Amid SEC Pressure

Coinbase has abandoned its plans for its Lend service after a high-profile scuffle with the SEC.

App Annie Pays $10 Million to Settle SEC Securities Fraud Charge

App Annie, the mobile app data firm, has agreed to pay $10 million to settle SEC charges of securities fraud.

Google May Have Run Afoul of Labor Laws for Years

Google may end up in hot water after years of not paying temp workers a similar wage as full-time employees.

Coinbase Getting Into ‘Ill-Advised’ War With SEC

Coinbase is calling out the SEC for what it believes is “sketchy” behavior, but TheStreet’s Jim Cramer is not a fan of its strategy.

Pearson Agrees to $1 Million Settle With SEC Over Data Breach

London-based Pearson, a company specializing in educational publishing, has agreed to a $1 million settlement with the SEC over a data breach.

Dish Moving From T-Mobile to AT&T for Network Coverage

Dish Network has reach an agreement for AT&T to provide network coverage to its customers for the next ten years, at the cost of $5 billion.

Coinbase Warns of the Risk Bitcoin’s Founder Poses On Eve of IPO

As Coinbase prepares to go public, it is warning of the risk Bitcoin’s founder(s) pose to the cryptocurrency market in general, and Coinbase in particular.

Tesla Shares Rise On Record Deliveries

Tesla’s stock rose some 15% in extended trading on news the automaker had its highest number of vehicles deliveries in a single quarter.

Coronavirus: Zoom’s Newfound Popularity a Two-Edged Sword

Zoom may be benefiting from unprecedented numbers of users flocking to the platform, but that newfound popularity comes with some downsides.