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Bribery of Indian government officials costs Cognizant $25 million
Company’s president and chief legal officer authorized payment, hiding of bribe to facilitate building of Cognizant’s campus in India.
Conference bill emerges to fund SEC and CFTC through FY 2019
The conference report boosts the SEC’s funding while reducing the CFTC’s funding versus prior legislation House Democrats tried to enact in January, but funding levels are mostly...
Apple’s senior attorney charged with insider trading
The attorney’s insider trading, which netted him $382,000 in profits and avoided losses, was exacerbated by his being the director for implementing the company’s anti-insider trading...
CFTC divisions announce 2019 exam priorities
The release of 2019 examination priorities for the Divisions of Market Oversight, Swap Dealer & Intermediary Oversight, and Clearing & Risk marks the first time the agency has published...
CorpFin says Johnson & Johnson can exclude shareholder proposal on mandatory arbitration
Chairman Clayton acknowledged the complexity of the mandatory arbitration issue in a separate statement noting the propriety of CorpFin’s staff view that the company could exclude the proposal.