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SEC says Musk hasn’t sought preapproval of a single tweet
The SEC contends that by retaining the sole authority to determine whether tweets contain material information, Elon Musk renders a court order’s preapproval requirement meaningless.
PCAOB staff offers guidance on CAM implementation
The guidance provides a high-level look at what constitutes a "critical audit matter" and how it should be described in an auditor report, as well as a discussion of potential issues that...
SEC charges Volkswagen and former CEO with defrauding investors in ‘clean diesel’ emissions scam
The SEC has filed a complaint charging Volkswagen AG, two of its subsidiaries, and its former CEO with defrauding U.S. investors, raising billions of dollars through the corporate bond and fixed...
Senate Agriculture Committee gives warm reception to nominee for CFTC chairman
Among other topics, nominee Heath Tarbert responded to senators’ questions about his views on cross-border derivatives regulation, cybersecurity, systemic risk, and the importance of bipartisan...
Chairman Clayton replies to digital tokens letter from Rep. Budd, hints at more guidance
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton, while hinting at more guidance, said regulators look to statutory definitions and the Howey test on whether digital tokens are securities. Clayton also suggested a...