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Posts Tagged ‘SEC

15
Sep

Photo: Eduardo Munoz/Reuters By Vipal Monga and Maxwell Murphy, Wall Street Journal, 9/14/2015 Shareholders are hitting a wall with some major companies in their effort to persuade them to disclose how they spend corporate money to support political candidates. According to the Center for Political Accountability, at least one in 10 big publicly traded companies […]

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01
Sep

By David Michaels, Bloomberg, 9/1/2015 The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is being dragged into the 2016 presidential election — and it has nothing to do with how it regulates Wall Street. More than 40 Democratic senators signed a letter Monday urging SEC Chair Mary Jo White to require that public companies disclose their spending […]

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03
Jun

By: Anne L. Weismann In a strongly worded letter to SEC Chair Mary Jo White, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) yesterday detailed the numerous ways in which Chair White has failed to implement the reforms she promised to bring to the SEC during her confirmation hearing.  Sen. Warren’s letter outlines four areas where the SEC Chair […]

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14
May

Photo: arsheffield Reuters By: Sarah N. Lynch A newly created non-profit organization sued the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday in an effort to force the agency to adopt rules requiring companies to disclose political contributions. The Campaign for Accountability said it was formed to use “research, litigation and communications to expose misconduct and malfeasance […]

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13
May

Corporate Crime Reporter By: Editor The Campaign for Accountability, a newly formed public interest group, has filed a lawsuit against the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for failing to enact a regulation requiring corporations to disclose their political contributions that would inform investors how corporations are spending their money. “Millions of Americans’ lives are negatively […]

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13
May

Financial Advisor By: Christopher Robbins A new public advocacy interest group has filed suit against the SEC, accusing the agency of failing to enact regulations requiring corporations to disclose their political contributions to investors. The lawsuit was the first official action of the Campaign for Accountability (CfA), which started operations on Wednesday with plans to […]

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13
May

Today the Campaign for Accountability filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on behalf of investor Stephen Silberstein against the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.  The lawsuit challenges the refusal of the SEC to grant a rulemaking petition Mr. Silberstein filed over a year ago requesting that the agency […]

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