Tagged With Regulation

Biden's top technology advisor has a history of cracking down on Big Tech, and he may land a major role in the new administration


Afterpay and other buy now pay later platforms will be forced to limit the types of customer they target under new regulations


SEC charges Wells Fargo's former CEO and top executive for misleading investors over success of its core business



Ant's record-breaking $37 billion IPO was personally halted by China's Xi Jinping after boss Jack Ma snubbed government leaders, report says


EU lawmakers are reportedly writing a 'hit list' of Big Tech companies to rein in the power of Silicon Valley


Facebook's policy chief said Europe is too fragmented to produce a Facebook or Google to rival the US and China



The EU wants to give itself the power to kick US tech giants out of Europe


Robinhood faces SEC investigation over deals with high-speed trading firms, report says


Robinhood under investigation by SEC, FINRA for handling of day-long March outage, report says


Crowdfunding platform YieldStreet reportedly under SEC and FBI examination over investments


Regulators have ordered one of Wirecard's key businesses to stop all activities and frozen customer funds amid its $2 billion accounting scandal


Fed's Powell says bank's corporate-credit ETF purchases will give way to individual bond buying



Hertz shares halted after SEC raises issues with plan to sell potentially worthless stock


SEC doles out record $50 million to whistleblower, pushing program total above $500 million


Facebook has done nothing with a Trump post that threatens shooting Minneapolis protesters even as Twitter hides it for 'glorifying violence'


Afterpay says it 'rejects' the notion of performing credit checks on its customers. Here's why their arguments don't add up.



Trump plans to sign an executive order 'pertaining to social media' on Thursday, shortly after he accused Twitter of squashing free speech


The Fed is considering a policy tool not used since World War II to keep borrowing costs at historic lows


The Fed's April meeting minutes detailed a potential 2nd-wave virus scenario that could drag on the economy into 2021


The Nasdaq exchange aims to delist Luckin Coffee after employees falsified $310 million in sales