Cybersecurity is much in today’s news, but it’s not the only source of scams-- which are much more omnipresent than in the past.
SEC joins Equifax in reporting its own cybersecurity breach. Failure to safeguard information is not a problem unique to the private sector.
Several government agencies and at least 34 state attorneys general have opened probes into the Equifax data-breach scandal--'the gift that keeps on giving,' says Bill Black.
Google got hit with a huge EU fine and faces even bigger charges for non-compliance. So why is it playing hardball?
oard candidate Margaret Brown objects to CalPERS' illegal secret discussions, most importantly, of outsourcing private equity to BlackRock.
Missives from the Dow Jones and the New York Times to CalPERS confirm that the pension fund is going to have to write some very large checks.
CalPERS' new board election procedures make a mockery of the California Constitution's requirement that voting be secret.
Donald Trump issued his first presidential pardon to the last person who should get one. John Oliver discusses the troubling record of former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio. Joe Arpaio: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver The post John Oliver: Trump’s Pardon of Joe Arpaio appeared first on The Big Picture.
The Third Way confirms that the Dems care more about beating back the Sanders/pro middle class faction than winning.
Study shows weak SOX internal controls disclosures can forecast fraud as companies and captive regulators press to roll back of these regs.
What you can do to safeguard your identity in the wake of the Equifax data breach-- the worst ever.
Trump administration moves full speed ahead to nominate federal judges-- three Senate Democrats last week pushed back.
Failure to confirm Trump political appointees to run agencies will leave career civil servants to carry on.
An FCPA case against Uber would be extremely damaging, and there are good reasons why the DoJ would be game to pursue one.
Google is in a tougher spot with its EU antitrust ruling than the press has generally acknowledged. It will make an initial response today.
By Jerri-Lynn Scofield, who has worked as a securities lawyer and a derivatives trader. She now spends much of her time in Asia and is currently working on a book about textile artisans. Last week, one day before the Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency Coalition (FACT Coalition) published a major study discussing the failed status […]
An update on the pitched battle at Uber between the Kalanick and Benchmark factions.
More on how Google plans to tighten its chokehold on the Internet.
Contrary to widespread misperceptions, we've never had free speech in America, and there are good reasons why not.
No new legislation is necessary for financial regulatory rollback to proceed. Enforcement priorities fail to target Wall Street.