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SEC-Securities Exchange Commission

Article Image News Link • Global by TOM DREISBACH

Early on in the coronavirus pandemic, as governments scrambled to find rapid and reliable coronavirus tests, three states ended up turning to a small public company that just months earlier had no major customers and was losing millions of dollars.

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Since launching its last major international expansion push in the late 1990s, Deutsche Bank has become knonw - particularly over the last ten years - for manipulating markets (most recently in the precious metals "spoofing" scandal in the US) ...

Article Image News Link • Global, by Kevin Helms

The dispute between Telegram and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is coming to a close as the final judgment has been filed. Telegram has been ordered to pay back $1.2 billion. The company must also pay the SEC a fine of $18.5 millio

Article Image News Link • Global, Michael R. MacPhail

As we noted earlier this month, the SEC has sought to proactively combat fraud related to the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic and related economic crisis by suspending the trading of at least eleven different companies since February 7, 2020. On Friday

Article Image News Link • Global

Anarchast - Jeff Berwick, Tim Picciott

Topics include: 722 million? really? Bitclub, how it worked, Joby Weeks involvement probably not malicious, US citizen's involvement, Joby's wife has not heard from him, glowing character references for Joby, affiliate marketing, MLM does not mean a

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Elon Musk News and Videos - YouTube.Com

This is the latest Elon Musk news today. Elon Musk made his court appearance on April 4, 2019 in a Manhattan courtroom. The ruling by the judge was for the SEC and Elon Musk to try and work things out over the next two weeks