Securities and Exchange Commission
Lending Club Under Probe by U.S. Justice Dept, Receives Subpoena
Monday's filing indicated that Lending Club had repurchased an additional $3.8 million in loans during the first quarter that did not meet investor criteria.
Lending Club's CEO Resigns After Internal Probe, Shares Plummet
Three senior managers have also resigned or were fired in connection with the internal probe, the company said.
Blood-Testing Firm Theranos Under Investigation by Federal Prosecutors, SEC
The FDA, two state departments of health and The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid have also opened probes against the company.
The SEC Is Itching to Stretch Its Reach Into Venture Deals
Unicorns are a problem for the SEC, and that's a big headache for Silicon Valley and the startup world.
4 Things You Need to Know if You Hope to Raise $50 Million With a Regulation A+ Mini-IPO
Not surprisingly, few small businesses were ready for the requirement of the new law. Many are still trying to get these records in order and audits completed.
Why the Recently Passed Law Allowing Mini IPOs May Not Benefit Your Business
The potential to raise $50 million from the 'crowd' is huge, but the costs in cash and time are high.
Apple's Tim Cook Made a Rookie Mistake and Might Face SEC Sanctions
The CEO of Apple, which is notoriously tight-lipped, selectively released information about his company's performance. That's not good.
SEC Delays Equity Crowdfunding Piece of JOBS Act for Another Year
Provision would allow entrepreneurs and small businesses to raise funds from the general public.
Will Equity Crowdfunding Laws Be the Death of Kickstarter?
The JOBS Act and the proposed SEC rules really has nothing to do with the popular funding site. So what exactly is it?