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U.S. Charges 7 in $62 Million Dell Insider-Trading Case

U.S. prosecutors charged seven people, described as a circle of friends who formed a criminal club, with running a $62 million insider trading scheme - the latest salvo in a years-long probe of suspicious trading at hedge funds.

Feds Charge 7 in $62M Dell Insider-Trading Case

U.S. prosecutors charged seven people, described as a circle of friends who formed a criminal club, with running a $62 million insider trading scheme - the latest salvo in a years-long probe of suspicious trading at hedge funds.

Analysis: In Citi appeal, who will speak for Rakoff?

Manhattan federal judge Jed Rakoff is certainly not shy about speaking for himself. In November, as you'll surely recall, Rakoff blocked a negotiated $285 million settlement between the Securities and Exchange Commission and Citigroup over mortgage-linked securities. To say Rakoff had harsh words for the parties would be the understatement of the year. He railed against the bank and regulators an...

SEC Inspector General David Kotz Quitting

David Kotz, the inspector general at the Securities and Exchange Commission who has a reputation as a tough watchdog, is leaving the agency at the end of January, the SEC said on Tuesday.

CEOs Got SEC's Back in Legal Fight Over Settlement Policy

A group that represents CEOs of major U.S. corporations, including Citigroup, defended the SEC's settlement with the financial giant that allowed the company to avoid admitting any liability or wrongdoing in a securities fraud case.

Top CEOs Urge Court to Throw out SEC-Citigroup Ruling

A group of chief executives at more than 200 large U.S. companies urged a federal appeals court to undo a judge's controversial decision making it harder for companies to settle Securities and Exchange Commission fraud cases.

BCS Championship 2012: Live Streaming Available, No. 1 LSU vs. No. 2 Alabama

The SEC powerhouse teams that happen to play in the same conference division -- the SEC West -- will square off in a rematch of their regular season game that LSU won 9-6 in overtime. The Tigers ended up undefeated, effectively obliterating opponents outside of the close game with the Crimson Tide, while Alabama lost only to the Tigers.

BCS Championship 2012: Live Streaming, Game Time, TV for Alabama vs. LSU

The SEC powerhouse teams that happen to play in the same conference division -- the SEC West -- will square off in a rematch of their regular season game that LSU won 9-6 in overtime. The Tigers ended up undefeated, effectively obliterating opponents outside of the close game with the Crimson Tide, while Alabama lost only to the Tigers.

Congress Presses Rating Agencies on MF Global

Congressional investigators have launched an inquiry into the work of credit rating firms that examined MF Global Holdings Ltd's risky bets on European government bonds and whether they overlooked crucial information in their evaluations.

SEC Says Adviser Defrauded Investors Using LinkedIn

Securities regulators charged an Illinois-based investment adviser on Wednesday with using LinkedIn and other social media networking websites to lure investors by offering more than $500 billion in fake securities.

SEC Says Adviser Defrauded Investors Using LinkedIn

Securities regulators charged an Illinois-based investment adviser on Wednesday with using LinkedIn and other social media networking websites to lure investors by offering more than $500 billion in fake securities.

Deutsche Telekom in $95 million bribery settlement

German phone company Deutsche Telekom AG and a Hungarian unit will pay more than $95 million to settle U.S. criminal and civil probes into the bribery of government officials in Macedonia and Montenegro.

Year in 2011 Review: College Sports Overshadowed by Scandals

When we look back on how college athletics fared in 2011, we will remember it much more for the disgraces - Jerry Sandusky and Bernie Fine on the top of that list - than some of the good stories - UConn's Kemba Walker and BYU's Jimmer Fredette.

Deutsche Telekom settles U.S. bribery probes

Deutsche Telekom AG will pay more than $95 million to settle U.S. criminal and civil charges that a Hungarian unit and three former executives schemed to bribe government officials in Macedonia and Montenegro.

Oh No They Didn't! Top 10 CEO Snafus of 2011

They can make in a month what the average worker earns in a lifetime. Many go about in private jets, employ multiple secretaries and glad-hand dignitaries and world leaders. Perched at the top of major corporations around the world, the chief executive officer blazes trails, inspires awe and commands attention. But under such immense scrutiny, when the CEO slips, the rest of the world takes notice.

Appeals Court Delays SEC-Citigroup Fraud Case

The Securities and Exchange Commission won a delay in its securities fraud lawsuit against Citigroup Inc, as the regulator tries to appeal a judge's decision to reject its $285 million settlement with the bank.

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