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Gary Gensler Set to Lead S.E.C.

Gary Gensler Set to Lead S.E.C.

Gary Gensler Set to Lead S.E.C. Gary Gensler Set to Lead S.E.C. The Biden administration is tapping two financial regulators from the Obama administration to oversee key departments that had loosened their grip of the industry under President Trump, according to two people with knowledge of the plans. Gary Gensler, who led the Commodity Futures Trading Commission during the Obama …

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Gary Gensler Is Reportedly Biden’s Pick to Lead the S.E.C.

Gary Gensler Is Reportedly Biden's Pick to Lead the S.E.C.

Gary Gensler Is Reportedly Biden’s Pick to Lead the S.E.C. Gary Gensler Is Reportedly Biden’s Pick to Lead the S.E.C. Five potential focuses for the next S.E.C. chair The Biden administration is set to tap Gary Gensler, a former financial regulator and Goldman Sachs banker, as head of the Securities and Exchange Commission, multiple outlets are reporting. The Senate runoff …

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Cryptocurrency Company Ripple Facing an S.E.C. Lawsuit

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Cryptocurrency Company Ripple Facing an S.E.C. Lawsuit Cryptocurrency Company Ripple Facing an S.E.C. Lawsuit One of the most valuable companies in the cryptocurrency industry said on Monday that it expected to be sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission for violating investor protection laws. The suit is expected to accuse the San Francisco-based company Ripple of selling unregistered securities when …

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SEC Reaches $3 Billion Deal With Disney, Drawing CBS Ties Toward an End

SEC Reaches $3 Billion Deal With Disney, Drawing CBS Ties Toward an End

SEC Reaches $3 Billion Deal With Disney, Drawing CBS Ties Toward an End SEC Reaches $3 Billion Deal With Disney, Drawing CBS Ties Toward an End The SEC and CBS signed a 15-year rights agreement in 2008, just before an explosion of television money reached college sports. Even after the SEC expanded and created the SEC Network with ESPN, the …

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Jay Clayton, S.E.C. Chairman, Is Stepping Down

Jay Clayton, S.E.C. Chairman, Is Stepping Down

Jay Clayton, S.E.C. Chairman, Is Stepping Down Jay Clayton, S.E.C. Chairman, Is Stepping Down Exclusive: Jay Clayton is stepping down from the S.E.C. Jay Clayton, the former corporate deal lawyer who has led the Securities and Exchange Commission since 2017, is stepping down as chairman at the end of the year. (His term would have expired in June.) Here’s a …

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SEC Becomes Latest College Football League to Shrink Schedule

SEC Becomes Latest College Football League to Shrink Schedule

SEC Becomes Latest College Football League to Shrink Schedule SEC Becomes Latest College Football League to Shrink Schedule As universities desperately try to rescue the college football season while the coronavirus pandemic continues to grip the country, the Southeastern Conference became the latest — and most influential — league to push back the start of its season and trim its …

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SEC Warns Mississippi Over Confederate Emblem on State Flag

SEC Warns Mississippi Over Confederate Emblem on State Flag

SEC Warns Mississippi Over Confederate Emblem on State Flag SEC Warns Mississippi Over Confederate Emblem on State Flag ATLANTA — The Southeastern Conference on Thursday demanded that Mississippi remove the Confederate battle emblem from its state flag, linking one of the region’s greatest passions — college sports — with one of its most intractable debates. Greg Sankey, the league’s commissioner, …

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Morgan Stanley Hid Fees From Customers, S.E.C. Says

Morgan Stanley Hid Fees From Customers, S.E.C. Says

Morgan Stanley Hid Fees From Customers, S.E.C. Says Morgan Stanley Hid Fees From Customers, S.E.C. Says Morgan Stanley agreed to pay a $5 million fine to settle a Wall Street regulator’s complaint that it loaded extra fees onto accounts of customers who were expecting to pay only a flat rate for its investment advice. The Securities and Exchange Commission on …

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