Deadline Arrives For Elon Musk To Explain Why He Shouldn't Be Held In ContemptThe clock is ticking down on Elon Musk's deadline to explain why he shouldn't be held in contempt of court.
Musk Ordered To Tell Judge Why He's Not In ContemptElon Musk, CEO of Bay Area based Tesla, has until March 11 to explain to a federal judge in New York why he shouldn't be held in contempt of court.
Musk In '60 Minutes' Interview: 'I Do Not Respect The SEC'Bay Area-based Tesla CEO Elon Musk told "60 Minutes" he doesn't respect the Securities and Exchange Commission, but says he's only abiding by the terms of a settlement he made with the SEC because "I respect the justice system."
Lyft A Step Closer To Becoming Publicly Traded CompanySan Francisco-based Lyft is another step closer to becoming a publicly traded company.
Regulators Subpoenaed Tesla Production Data, Company SaysSecurities investigators have subpoenaed information from Tesla about production forecasts for the Model 3 electric car that were made last year.
Tesla Was Fined $20 Million For Elon Musk's Tweets. Musk's Got It CoveredElon Musk will buy another $20 million of Tesla stock with his own money, covering the cost of the fine the company has to pay for his tweets.
Elon Musk Mocks SEC Amid Settlement DealElon Musk taunted the Securities and Exchange Commission on Twitter Thursday shortly after he reached a deal with the agency to settle a lawsuit over his prior tweets.
Judge Assigns Elon Musk And The SEC An Essay On SettlementTesla CEO Elon Musk and the federal regulator that settled his fraud case just got some homework.
Tesla Stock Roars Back After Elon Musk's SEC DealInvestors are cheering Tesla's deal with the SEC that keeps Elon Musk as CEO.
Musk Rejected Settlement Offer; Tesla Shares Tumble Amid SEC ComplaintAccording to a person knowledgeable about talks between Tesla and federal securities regulators, CEO Elon Musk rejected a settlement that would have allowed him to pay a small fine and stay on as CEO of the electric car company.
Company Formerly Known As Yahoo Pays $35M Fine Over 2014 HackThe company formerly known as Yahoo is paying a $35 million fine to resolve federal regulators' charges that the online pioneer deceived investors by failing to disclose one of the biggest data breaches in internet history.