Forgot to tell followers that EthereumMax paid her $250,000 to promote them
Kim [All about the Bass] Kardashian has paid $1.26 million after being charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with unlawfully promoting a crypto investment scheme on Instagram.
Only in America you can pay to make bribery charges go away
Oracle has paid $23 million to the US Securities and Exchange Commission to settle corruption charges that subsidiaries in Turkey, United Arab Emirates and India used "slush funds" to bribe foreign officials to win business.
Must be nice to have that sort of cash
Boeing agreed to pay $200 million to settle US Securities and Exchange Commission allegations that the company and its former Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg failed to properly disclose safety issues with its 737 Max jetliner.
Unwiped, unencrypted hard drives flogged on auction sites
Morgan Stanley is paying the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) a $35 million penalty to settle a claim that it flogged unencrypted hard drives from decommissioned data centers on auction sites without first being wiped.
Just before it was hit with SEC and federal subpoenas
Former reality TV star Donald Trump removed himself from the board of his social media venture shortly before it was hit with federal subpoenas "by both the Securities and Exchange Commission and a grand jury in Manhattan."
Might have misled investors
The Fruity Cargo Cult Apple is in hot water with the SEC over its non-disclosure agreement culture.
By SEC, still remains the CEO
Twitter is a dangerous tool and there is no going back when you are followed by millions. Due to his tweet about Tesla becoming a private company, after perhaps an ill-judged tweet, Tesla and Elon have to split a $40 million fine and Elon has to resign as chairman of the board within 60 days.
Might try to get him fired
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has accused Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk of fraud and sought to remove him from his role in charge of the electric car company.
Must listen to a proposal about human rights
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has been told that it must listen to its shareholders when they ask it to adopt policies that encourage human rights.
Because they might go to jail
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a blunt warning on celebrities using social media to buy stocks and other investments related to the promotion of Initial Coin Offerings