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Culture & Ethics : Galleon Group and McKinsey insider trading case

Remember the Rudyard Kipling saying I mentioned in the last blog ? It was about the six serving men he had- the What and Why and When and How and Where and Who. 766 more words

Snapchat is working on an IPO

Snap Chat., the organization once known as Snapchat, is taking a shot at a first sale of stock for March that would esteem the organization at $25 billion, as per The Wall Street Journal. 654 more words

Stock Market

What's Wall Street Foe Barney Frank Doing Working for a Bank?

The name “Barney Frank” grits the teeth of a lot of people in banking. Many are only too eager to proclaim how much they loathe his signature piece of legislation (the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act). 2,847 more words


Hey, SEC & DOJ: Why haven't you helped us little investors?

If the SEC and DOJ are as honest as President Obama says they are, they will investigate

(1) Tom Taulli who wrote the Box Inc. (BOX) et al. 1,555 more words

Fifty Large to $221.00?

What I took as a scathing article appeared on People.com regarding Tom Biscardi’s public venture, “Bigfoot Project Investments, Inc. (BFII), Stock Ticker BGFT listed on NASDAQ, which referenced a CNBC article, but more on that in a minute. 1,225 more words


SEC Investigating Tesla for Possible Securities-Law Breach

The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether Tesla Motors Inc. breached securities laws by failing to disclose to investors a fatal crash in May involving an electric car that was driving itself, a person familiar with the matter said, heightening scrutiny of how the company handled the information. 440 more words


Regulatory intervention in Skye Bank Plc: outcome of failure in Corporate Governance

On Monday July 4, 2016, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) released a Press Statement on Skye Bank to inform the public of its decision to effect key changes on the board and management of Skye Bank Plc because the bank had fallen short of minimum thresholds in critical prudential and adequacy ratios. 1,175 more words

Corporate Law