During oral arguments in SEC v. Jarkesy, the conservative majority seemed open to an argument that the agency had overstepped its enforcement authority.
The SEC also accused Lil Yachty, Ne-Yo, Kendra Lust, Soulja Boy, Austin Mahone and Akon of promoting cryptocurrencies without disclosing they were paid for it.
Tesla's advice about Autopilot cars and the company's videos appear to give very different messages.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged the former CEO of failed cryptocurrency firm FTX with orchestrating a scheme to defraud investors.
One losing season — and the strong possibility of another — was all it took for Harsin to lose his job.
Kardashian agreed to pay $1.26 million, cooperate with the SEC's ongoing investigation and not to promote crypto for three years.
U.S. securities regulators are questioning Twitter about how it calculates the number of fake accounts on its platform.
A 139-page filing chronicles how the deal came together and says the company wants to finish the $44 billion sale "promptly."
“‘Temporarily on hold’ is not a thing,” wrote Bloomberg columnist Matt Levine. “Elon Musk has signed a binding contract requiring him to buy Twitter.”
Federal law already requires regulation of many crypto schemes — will Congress reinforce it or water it down?