- A Houston-based investment advisory firm steered clients to certain mutual funds without disclosing that it was receiving payments from the broker who offered those funds, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission alleged in a civil fraud complaint on Tuesday.
NEW YORK - U.S. regulators slowed discount carrier Norwegian Air International Ltd's quest to operate in the United States on Tuesday, drawing cheers from unions who said the airline pays low wages and does not meet U.S. employment standards.
DETROIT - U.S. Aston Martin dealers say they are in danger of closing if federal regulators refuse to give them an exemption to safety rules that would allow them to keep selling all four models the British luxury sports car maker produces.
WASHINGTON - A group of Republican lawmakers on Tuesday accused U.S. regulators of "disparate treatment" of nonbank financial firms that are currently being considered for tougher oversight.
SAN FRANCISCO - A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday revived a 2010 shareholder lawsuit against Allergan Inc over allegations the company improperly marketed and labeled the cosmetic drug Botox.
- Abercrombie & Fitch Co's board agreed to make governance changes to resolve a lawsuit objecting to its awarding longtime Chief Executive Officer Michael Jeffries more than $140 million of compensation since 2007.
NEW YORK - Regional New York bank Evans Bancorp was accused of illegally discriminating against African-Americans in Buffalo by denying them mortgages in a lawsuit filed by the state's attorney general on Tuesday.
TORONTO - Former Sino-Forest Corp [SCLC.UL] executives wilfully defrauded investors using elaborate schemes that artificially inflated the collapsed forestry company's valuation, prosecutors with Canada's biggest securities watchdog said on Tuesday.
SANTIAGO - Chile's securities regulator on Tuesday levied $164 million in fines on eight people and the country's largest brokerage following an investigation into market manipulation linked to trading in fertilizer group SQM and its holding companies.
NEW YORK - A judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation against banks including Deutsche Bank AG and Credit Suisse Group AG over mortgage-backed securities sold before the 2008 financial crisis.
- Financial: U.S. SEC charges Houston adviser with not disclosing fund payments
- Technology: UPDATE 1-U.S. judge approves DOJ settlement with eBay over tech hiring
- Healthcare: U.S. Republican lawmakers say regulators treat insurers unfairly
- Consumer: UPDATE 2-U.S. CDC says Ebola threatens stability of stricken countries
- Energy: Shell CEO says U.S. should export oil and embrace global markets
- Industrials: UPDATE 1-Canada watchdog says Sino-Forest execs deceived investors
- M&A: UPDATE 3-Cargill buying ADM's chocolate unit in North American expansion
- Bankruptcy: WRAPUP-Key hearing on Detroit's historic bankruptcy begins in US court
- IPOs: UPDATE 2-Delayed Ghana gas project to start production end-2014 -president
- Private Capital: Digital juke box maker TouchTunes explores sale -sources
- Hedge Funds: Risk-averse UK investors slash equity holdings in August