After Goldman Sachs discovered that Bloomberg journos were keeping track of their viewing habits over their Bloomberg terminals, traders have some decisions to make about the company that provides their market data, trading tools, IM and more.
SEC taps Capitol Police Inspector General as Top WatchdogJanuary 25, 2013The U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission has selected a criminal investigator as the
agency's new top internal watchdog, a hire that comes just one
day after President Barack Obama tapped a former criminal
prosecutor to chair the SEC.
Is The SEC's Circuit Breaker Inviting Rogue Traders?July 07, 2010The test run of a market-wide circuit breaker instituted last month by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has been well-received across Wall Street, but could it open a Pandora’s Box of rogue behavior as currently constructed?
SEC Charges Pair Touting Penny Stocks With ScalpingJune 30, 2010The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said today that it charged a Canadian couple with fraud for making a profit by touting penny stocks they were also selling selling, a practice known as scalping.