Wells Fargo Warns Expanded Sales Review May Show More Unauthorized AccountsWells Fargo has been trying to repair its reputation after admitting last fall that employees opened as many as 2 million accounts without getting customers' permission.
Report: Justice Department Demands Documents From TheranosEmbattled Bay Area startup Theranos, already facing possible federally-imposed sanctions, has now drawn the attention of the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to media reports Tuesday.
Hewlett-Packard Agrees To Pay $108 Million Penalty To Settle Foreign Bribery ChargesHewlett-Packard Co. and its Russian, Polish and Mexican subsidiaries agreed Wednesday to pay $108 million in penalties to settle criminal and civil charges of paying bribes and illegal commissions to secure foreign government contracts.
HP Close To Settling Bribery ChargesHewlett-Packard announced they are getting close to settling with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice over bribery charges involving a Russian technology contract.
Nasdaq Paying $10M To Settle Botched Facebook IPONasdaq has agreed to pay a $10 million penalty to settle federal civil charges after regulators said its systems and decisions disrupted Facebook’s public stock offering last year.
San Jose Employee Unions File SEC Complaint Against MayorA lawyer for three unions has filed a complaint against Mayor Chuck Reed and the city with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
San Francisco's Zynga Plans To List Stock On NasdaqZynga said in a filing Thursday with Securities and Exchange Commission that it expects to list its shares on the exchange under the ticker symbol “ZNGA.”
Google Must Pay Motorola $2.5B If Regulators Axe DealIn a sign that the Google-Motorola deal could face heavy antitrust scrutiny, Google included an unusually high breakup fee in its deal terms, according to a document filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday.
Feds Probe Hurd’s Ouster From Hewlett-PackardMark Hurd is facing more fallout from his ouster five months ago as CEO of Hewlett-Packard Co., the world's biggest personal computer and printer maker.
SEC, Justice Department Expand Probe Into Hewlett-PackardThe U.S. Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission are expanding their probe into possible kickbacks on the part of computer maker Hewlett Packard Co., a regulatory filing said.