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SEC, Vermont allege $200M 'Ponzi-like' fraud at Jay Peak Inc.

MONTPELIER, Vt. — The Securities and Exchange Commission and Vermont on Thursday filed civil fraud charges against owners of two northern Vermont ski resorts, accusing them of misusing more than $200 million from foreign investors intended for development projects in the economically depressed area. 450 more words


Rajat Gupta pens inside story

The memoirs of India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta, who was charged in the largest insider trading case in the history of the United States, is set to be published by Juggernaut Books. 302 more words

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Opinion: How a promising weight-loss drug trial was scuttled

When it comes to success, there are no shortcuts. We learned that lesson the hard way when an important trial of a new weight-loss pill imploded in spectacular fashion. 658 more words


Opinion: Quebec's AMF should offer rewards to whistleblowers

Recent decisions by financial-sector regulators raise a significant question for Canadian investors and markets: Is there value in offering rewards to encourage whistleblowers to step forward? 634 more words


Canaccord Genuity ordered to pay $550,000 by SEC over underwriting deal

Canadian broker-dealer Canaccord Genuity’s New York operations have run afoul of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, resulting in an order to pay $550,000, and a formal censure. 388 more words


StreetShares Receives Historic SEC Approval: Military Community Given First Access to New Investment Securities

WASHINGTON, March 15, 2016 — StreetShares, a Washington, D.C.-area small business lender, has become the first lender in the country to be qualified by the U.S. 353 more words

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Rajat Gupta is a free man

Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. director Rajat Gupta is a free man after serving 19 months in federal prison for leaking tips to hedge fund billionaire Raj Rajaratnam. 146 more words

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